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    (Original post by citibankrec)
    Yes or no?
    What exactly do you mean by this question? Surely to do A2 you need to do achieve an AS first.
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    what exactly do you mean by this question? Surely to do a2 you need to do achieve an as first.
    reformed courses brah
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    What exactly do you mean by this question? Surely to do A2 you need to do achieve an AS first.
    Some qualification like History and Physics have been made linear meaning that an AS in them will be a stand alone qualification and not contribute to the A-level.
    The new remodel of the A-level means that all qualifications by 2018 will be linear therefore erradicating the AS-A2 divide but also UMS and how grade boundaries will be set.
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    (Original post by citibankrec)
    reformed courses brah
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    Some qualification like History and Physics have been made linear meaning that an AS in them will be a stand alone qualification and not contribute to the A-level.
    The new remodel of the A-level means that all qualifications by 2018 will be linear therefore erradicating the AS-A2 divide but also UMS and how grade boundaries will be set.
    Ah that explains it. Completely forgot about that
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    I'm surprised the poll reveals that so many have taken AS. A lot of universities have been giving the impression that it was going to be a rarity in the next admissions cycle.
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    Can't see the poll but yes I have

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    I only did maths and fmaths. My sixth form chose not to do AS for biology, chemistry and physics so I couldn't sit those
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    I'm surprised the poll reveals that so many have taken AS. A lot of universities have been giving the impression that it was going to be a rarity in the next admissions cycle.
    An article I read in the Daily Mail said that AS level entries only fell by 21% for the 2016 exam cycle.
 
 
 
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