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    I'm doing a Cert HE and two GCSE's - Maths and combined Sciences, I'd like to do an A level next year - Fine Art and A level Eng Litt and Maths or Physics the following year. Will Cambridge look at this application or do you have to do three A levels all at the same time? The Cert HE finishes at the same time as the A levels that I'll start in two years time and the Art a year before.

    I might have got myself in a bit of a mess here it's because I started the Cert HE in the hope of doing Art History starting in the second year of a degree - then I found out I could still get funding to start Architecture from scratch i.e.. the first year.

    I have already started the two GCSE this year but I sit the exams next summer. The A level Art would be at the same college I would sit the GCSE exams so hopefully no problem there.
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    (Original post by Thomb)
    I'm doing a Cert HE and two GCSE's - Maths and combined Sciences, I'd like to do an A level next year - Fine Art and A level Eng Litt and Maths or Physics the following year. Will Cambridge look at this application or do you have to do three A levels all at the same time? The Cert HE finishes at the same time as the A levels that I'll start in two years time and the Art a year before.

    I might have got myself in a bit of a mess here it's because I started the Cert HE in the hope of doing Art History starting in the second year of a degree - then I found out I could still get funding to start Architecture from scratch i.e.. the first year.

    I have already started the two GCSE this year but I sit the exams next summer. The A level Art would be at the same college I would sit the GCSE exams so hopefully no problem there.
    Honestly, you need to ask an AT

    And the mature colleges are much more used to dealing with "unconventional" routes through education
 
 
 
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