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    I'm currently at the end of my second year of A Levels (A2), I've been accepted in to university on conditional terms but I'm 90% sure I won't meet those conditional terms because ive basically messed up pretty badly due to personal issues. So what I want to ask is if there is there a way I can do 3 conpletely different AS/A Levels in ONE year, next year? Like at a college or even something online?
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    The ‘A’ Level certificate itself is an internationally recognised pre-university qualification that can be used to apply for tertiary education in the Commonwealth countries and in the United States of America.
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    You can sit A levels as a private candidate. Someone here did just that, sitting 3 full A levels in less than a year, studying them all himself
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    (Original post by Student403)
    You can sit A levels as a private candidate. Someone here did just that, sitting 3 full A levels in less than a year, studying them all himself
    That's what I want to do but my question is, when it comes to applying through UCAS in December time but beginning the process before, how would you predict yourself grades? Its just a thought as I plan to undertake different A Level subjects next year and my plan is King's College London and I know I could get in if I work hard but isn't it optimistic for myself to apply to RG unis when my knowledge of the subjects is only fairly recent.
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    That's what I want to do but my question is, when it comes to applying through UCAS in December time but beginning the process before, how would you predict yourself grades? Its just a thought as I plan to undertake different A Level subjects next year and my plan is King's College London and I know I could get in if I work hard but isn't it optimistic for myself to apply to RG unis when my knowledge of the subjects is only fairly recent.
    I think you would go to your old school for that.

    It's not optimistic at all. Also the label "RG unis" is overrated. There are non RG unis that are miles better than some RG unis.
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    I think you would go to your old school for that.

    It's not optimistic at all. Also the label "RG unis" is overrated. There are non RG unis that are miles better than some RG unis.
    They would be so harsh on me and yeah true, I wouldn't mind going to UEA or Aston for Biomed but I guess I'd love to aim for UCL and King's to see how determined I can be to aim for those high grades.
 
 
 
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