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    I have chosen 4 A levels which are Biology, chemistry, maths and psychology. Because my GCSE grades were very strong (10A* and 2As) my school allowed me to do 4 A levels. They insist on doing three because all the exams will be linear meaning that there will be no AS exams. so I'm quite confused because I think I've chosen all four hard subjects. Any advice or suggestions? -- keeping in mind that my future career plan is medicine.

    take an AS exam in one ( either psychology or maths ) then drop at end of year.
    Just work hard at the other subjects
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    they don't really allow AS exams. This is because all exams are linear not moduclar
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