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    Ok, so I'm going to do maths, art, sociology and physics starting from September.

    If I do poorly at an AS subject, say physics, what will happen? As in, would it limit my chances of doing a degree (I want to do architecture)?
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    I think. In your case most AS don't really count , as they changed the system and all exams will be done on your last year of A level. You can still do AS exams but it doesn't count if you carry that subject forward
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    (Original post by Timtimluk)
    as they changed the system and all exams will be done on your last year of A level.
    Really? I thought the exams were modular and that you're supposed to do exams after AS.
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    I am not sure.because i am doing last year A level which is the "old system"
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    Really? I thought the exams were modular and that you're supposed to do exams after AS.
 
 
 
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