I received lacklustre AS results yesterday (BCCD) in English Lit, History, German and Economics. Worse yet, I want to drop Economics (D), but am worried that it would tarnish a future application. I want to study English Lit and am doing a suitable EPQ. Should I continue the EPQ, sit the ELAT and apply as I otherwise would have, or is it worth waiting a year to apply so that I have my final A2 grades - which will hopefully be much, much better? In the latter case, I feel as though I have better chances of being accepted by a top university. Also, would it be worth getting remarks for English (B) and History (C), given that both are "subjective", essay-based subjects?
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- Thread Starter
- 19-08-2016 21:04
- Official Rep
- 21-08-2016 22:20
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