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    To those going into year 12 in September, are you planning on taking 3 or 4 a levels or will you drop one after AS.

    I'm going to a school where you can only take 3 a levels in year 13, but I kinda wish I could take a fourth and drop it after year 12.

    What's everyone else doing?

    My college is making us do 3, I think that I prefer it because it will probably mean I will get higher in the things I want to do when I'm older. Although most people would probably have more UCAS if they did 4. (I'm taking Physics, Maths and Computing at Joseph Wright).

    I'm doing 3 but I'm thinking of doing the EPQ too (which counts as an AS). I'm just worried if I'll be able to manage it because I've heard a lot of people talking about how stressful and how big the workload is and I don't want to risk abandoning and messing up in my A-level subjects because of it
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