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    I will be doing 3Alevels but are 2AS levels enough
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    Care to elaborate?
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    (Original post by OnTheHorizon)
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    Well, I am asking on behalf of my friend who only managed 2AS but will be doing 3alevels,
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    Are you saying that he did 2 AS level subjects but will do 3 A level subjects overall? As in,2 A2 subjects and 1 whole subject in one year?
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    As long as you have 3 predicted grades then yes, unless the uni asks for 4 AS which is less common now due to A-Level reforms.
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    AFAIK there aren't many unis that ask for 4 minimum.However you CAN apply with 2 subjects but you'll have limited choices.
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    (Original post by OnTheHorizon)
    AFAIK there aren't many unis that ask for 4 minimum.However you CAN apply with 2 subjects but you'll have limited choices.
    What do you mean by limited choices
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    (Original post by highfly)
    What do you mean by limited choices
    Not all unis accept 2 and even if they did then you'll be limited to those 2 subject field choices as opposed to 3.This won't be a problem if you apply with atleast 3 predicted grades.
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    (Original post by OnTheHorizon)
    Not all unis accept 2 and even if they did then you'll be limited to those 2 subject field choices as opposed to 3.This won't be a problem if you apply with atleast 3 predicted grades.
    No I am applying with 3predicted grades , so is this all ok then
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    Yeah it'll be fine. I'd be interested in how they get their predicted grade though.
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