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    ok let me cut a long story short. I am in the first year of alevels plan on studying physics in college. i take three alevels maths chem and physics. so because of the new reforms our school decided to have all the exams in the second year (our edexcel exams) and that sucks for epople with more alevels then me.

    important part: so we finished our exams those we scored high in c1( i got a perfect score if it matters) got a choice to do c1 c2 m1 this year. Now im deciding do i take just c1 and m1, c1 c2 or all three. We only just started with radians on c2 and we are about to start moments on m1. I just got news that I HAVE TO DECIDE BY TOMORROW AND all of us are so confused right now. Please let me know what you think, it turly would help i will include the dates of the three exams to this post.
    If i do well in these exams i might be allowed to do further maths in the next year along with mechanics in school. ( i hope i handle it) i also plan to go to a good uk school for physics i might even try oxford i know my chances are slim.But my other choices are nottingham, imperial, etc..Name:  prove it.JPG
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    I'd say do it all of them this year
    'Cause you can always resit the modules next year
    And if you get good grades it takes a big weight off of next year exams wise
    Plus f maths is super fun
    Also Lancaster is pretty good for physics ;D
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    c1 and c2 are easy, if you're getting full marks in c1 already then doing all 3 won't be a problem plus you'll learn half the stuff for m1 in physics anyway
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    (Original post by atomicjellyfish)
    I'd say do it all of them this year
    'Cause you can always resit the modules next year
    And if you get good grades it takes a big weight off of next year exams wise
    Plus f maths is super fun
    Also Lancaster is pretty good for physics ;D
    Yeah i was thinking the same i'm worried im going to study so much for c1 c2 and m1 that ill do badly in the school exams ill have for the other two subjects i need to do good in these to have good predicted grades for university. Specially physics

    Sweet i assume you're studying there, what's it like
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    (Original post by smartalan73)
    c1 and c2 are easy, if you're getting full marks in c1 already then doing all 3 won't be a problem plus you'll learn half the stuff for m1 in physics anyway
    same reply like i gave the atomicjelly i hope i do good in the others too and end up with good predicted grades since i have to apply after the summer.
    One teacher is a bit ify about doing all 3 and says do 2
    but my other teacher thinks i can do it
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    Those are the easy AS modules and people usually used to do them alongside 3-4 other AS Levels... If you want to study physics, realistically you shouldn't find it hard at all to revise for those modules as well as for physics and Chem?
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    (Original post by NatoHeadshot)
    Yeah i was thinking the same i'm worried im going to study so much for c1 c2 and m1 that ill do badly in the school exams ill have for the other two subjects i need to do good in these to have good predicted grades for university. Specially physics

    Sweet i assume you're studying there, what's it like
    Nah I'm still doing A-levels; my sister goes there though and she really likes it
 
 
 
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