I am studying A Levels and I am studying Biology ,Chemistry , History and English. I am hoping to study Law in a Russell group and I want to drop Biology as I fear I won't do that well in it.
Will having 3 AS Levels mean certain unis wont accept me and if so which ones?
I think I can do much better with and perhaps get AAA than do 4 and get BBBC.
My GCSE's are 2As 6Bs and 2Cs if anyone is wondering.
Will 3 AS Levels instead of 4 hurt my chances for uni? Watch
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- 23-09-2016 17:01
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- 25-09-2016 18:20
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- 29-09-2016 15:14
If you believe you will work better just doing 3 A Levels, drop Biology.
Universities care more about 3 good AS grades than 4 weaker ones. Focusing on 3 will probably be beneficial.
- 29-09-2016 15:17
I would try 4 AS levels and then drop biology at A2. Im not sure but you dont want to them to think that you arent capable of the workload at Uni if you cant pull 4 AS's