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    Hey all,
    I'm hoping to drop out of college and self-study my a-level as I'm really not enjoying the college experience. As I'm already 17 and spent a year before college doing a BTEC it'd be preferential to get through it one year to avoid the extra things I'd have to pay my Mum when I turn 18 i.e council tax etc. and make up for the year I arguably wasted doing a BTEC.

    Obviously not doing AS levels would help me in this so, do I need AS levels for uni or is it just A2 I need?? Also any general advice on my overall situation would be appreciated. Peace.
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    Your hoping to do A-Levels in a year... I don't know how smart you are but thats so hard. The new A-Level means you do do 2 years worth of papers in the final year but not content. I don't know how you plan to do all of the AS content and A2 in one year. The A2 as you now call it is the A2 and AS combined. I hope this helps you.

    (Original post by Jeff480)
    Hey all,
    I'm hoping to drop out of college and self-study my a-level as I'm really not enjoying the college experience. As I'm already 17 and spent a year before college doing a BTEC it'd be preferential to get through it one year to avoid the extra things I'd have to pay my Mum when I turn 18 i.e council tax etc. and make up for the year I arguably wasted doing a BTEC.

    Obviously not doing AS levels would help me in this so, do I need AS levels for uni or is it just A2 I need?? Also any general advice on my overall situation would be appreciated. Peace.
 
 
 
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