I'm a bit stuck on what to do! I did French, law and biology for AS then dropped biology (i'm carrying french and law into A2), I also take psychology which is linear.
My problem is, I'm finding psychology so so difficult and know i'll be lucky to get a D in the exams at the end of this year, but i'll have to keep studying it because i've already dropped biology. To get onto the course i want as uni the lowest offer i can find is BBB but I know i won't get that. Is it worth taking an AS in year 13 and staying on at sixth form another year to do an A2 in it? I don't really want to but i can't think of what else i can do.
Thanks for all your help!
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Should I take a new AS into year 13? watch
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Last edited by marciemallow; 24-08-2016 at 15:18.
- 24-08-2016 15:16
- 24-08-2016 16:10
I'd just persevere with your current options and try to get the best grades you can, staying an extra year doing just one A level wont look very good.