My first year of college did not end to well, I really didn't take my AS exams too seriously because 3 of them were linear so in my head I had this running dialogue that they therefore didn't count for anything.
I'm studying Maths, Physics, Computer Science and I was previously studying Chemistry but I dropped that this year.
Any amount of time I did commit to revising for my AS exams (which was very little) I put into Maths as I wanted a good result in that really bad because that was the only one that wasn't linear.
My final results were:
Computer Science D
I wasn't to fussed about my poor results until it suddenly dawned on me that these are the results I am going to have to send off to uni's. I'm looking to study Engineering at uni and most of the courses I have been looking at are BBC or BBB.
I honestly believe that if I don't just slack this year and really put the work in I could achieve these results in my overall A Level results but the uni's aren't going to know that?
What advice do people have? Should I wait to apply next year instead?
Should I still go?