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    Hello everyone. Sorry it is a bit long. I have Aspergers Syndrome and Genaalised anxiety disorder. I am currently in Year 13. In Year 12 I studied AS levels in Economics, Business Studies and Law. Due to anxiety, I got an E in Economics and Law and a U in Business Studies. I did GCSE maths again and I got a B. I am allowed to continue Economics and Law only. I am planning to study AS maths via UK Open College ( a distant learning provider). Earlier I was planning to study a part time Accounting course at a college and study an A level privately. However, my teacher explained deferred entry to me. In my situation, would it be better to defer entry or simply apply privately next year? If I defer my application, will I apply in the Gap Year, when I will have A levels in Economics and Law and an AS level in Maths? Or will I have to apply right now in Year 13? Do deferred entry applications hold offers made only in Year 13?
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