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    i will do a2 this september. But my as results are too bad (u in psychology, u in s1, c in c1 and b in c2, i didn't take the english literature papers). So i am thinking about doing foundation. The reason of my as results is my laziness and i didn't focus on my study at all. I really want to keep doing a2. But is it dangerous if I continue a-level ? It is my concern these days and I really need advices or help for my problem. Please help me.
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    (Original post by polapalo)
    i will do a2 this september. But my as results are too bad (u in psychology, u in s1, c in c1 and b in c2, i didn't take the english literature papers). So i am thinking about doing foundation. The reason of my as results is my laziness and i didn't focus on my study at all. I really want to keep doing a2. But is it dangerous if I continue a-level ? It is my concern these days and I really need advices or help for my problem. Please help me.
    Do you mean your second year of a-level if you're doing the new a-levels which started last year? In that case, for psychology your exams this year won't count towards your final grade at A-level. So work really hard next year to get a decent grade.

    In maths it will count, but you haven't done too badly except in s1? So retake that next year to get a better grade.

    So is it just maths and psychology you've done as you didn't take your English lit papers?
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    Do you mean your second year of a-level if you're doing the new a-levels which started last year? In that case, for psychology your exams this year won't count towards your final grade at A-level. So work really hard next year to get a decent grade.

    In maths it will count, but you haven't done too badly except in s1? So retake that next year to get a better grade.

    So is it just maths and psychology you've done as you didn't take your English lit papers?
    Firstly, thank you very much. Yes, i did the AS Maths and psychology papers and my third subject is English Lit but i didn't sit in the exam.
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    (Original post by polapalo)
    Firstly, thank you very much. Yes, i did the AS Maths and psychology papers and my third subject is English Lit but i didn't sit in the exam.
    If you're allowed to continue to Year 13, take the disappointing results as a wake up call to work hard next year. Good luck.
 
 
 
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