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    so here's my story please bare with me.
    it's just so hard to put what i've been through into words.
    I was in american school and tehn moved to another country which is bratislava slovakia during the last 3 years of graduation. you can choose to do A llevels which is year 11 and 12 or year 12 and 13 since there's year 13 which is a bilinguial school. I choose a levels since my slovak grammar isn't really good. I chose arabic cuz i'm half egyptian and maths and physics as 3 A levels. My a levels results were so shocking and surprising for me. I got for arabicA level A and maths AS C and physics AS an E. Although I've studied so hard and ID pretty much predicted for maths that i'd get A and physics B the farthest. I don't know what to do right now. I'm afraid to go through physics again and get C or likewise. I thik shuld i go fror the maturita as a backup and do only maths Alevel. Also another question could I chose certain subjects to show from A levels for my UCas application or everything is revealed?
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    with UCAS it is better to announce all of your qualifications (regardless of whether you have failed or not done as well as you want to) as if you don't, if a university find out through their contact with an exam board, they could reject you even if you have an offer or a place
 
 
 
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