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    I just completed my AS exam and I have a feeling I haven't done to well and most likely have to retake. Is there anyways of me being able to do a intensive a level course, instead having to do two years? That means me doing it privately or state colleges that offer intensive A levels.
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    What state colleges provide intensive courses
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    Just continue the course you're doing currently, and pay for a resit of your AS exams so you can do them with your a2 exams next year..
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    (Original post by Mikesierra123)
    Guys plz, I need answers.
    If you're committed to do an A-level in a year then I would be tempted to self teach the course and just pay to enter yourself in for the exams. If you want to do an exam then let your exam officer know. I have self taught AS and a2 units before but just make sure your teacher believes you can do well
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    Just continue and retake in your second year?
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    If you're committed to do an A-level in a year then I would be tempted to self teach the course and just pay to enter yourself in for the exams. If you want to do an exam then let your exam officer know. I have self taught AS and a2 units before but just make sure your teacher believes you can do well
    Thanks for the reply but who do I go to, to enter myself into the exams.
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    Yeah I'd say resist them next year and just pay to get a tutor on your side.

    You did better than me though, before my last exam my dad said to me 'do your revision'.
    So I didn't do my exams and went on the European song contest only to finish second last.
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    (Original post by Mikesierra123)
    Thanks for the reply but who do I go to, to enter myself into the exams.
    Contact the exams officer and say you want to do an exam and then they might tell you to pay for it or the school might pay. Simple
 
 
 
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