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    at college I chose to study one A level and 2 equivalents, then I came to the realization that that was a bad idea, however it was way too late to change my equivalents to actual A levels so I decided to sit a language A level exam (Arabic) so that I would come out with a total of 2 A levels, but I still don't think that that's enough to get into a good uni and I want to self teach myself another A level subject which I chose to be Anthropology. Will it be too hard for me to self teach myself two A levels?
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    at college I chose to study one A level and 2 equivalents, then I came to the realization that that was a bad idea, however it was way too late to change my equivalents to actual A levels so I decided to sit a language A level exam (Arabic) so that I would come out with a total of 2 A levels, but I still don't think that that's enough to get into a good uni and I want to self teach myself another A level subject which I chose to be Anthropology. Will it be too hard for me to self teach myself two A levels?
    It is definitely possible for you to teach yourself the two A Levels. Have you spoken to your college first? They might let you change to the a levels you want to do if you explain how determined you are to catch up.
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    It maybe a bit challenging, what are your two 'equivalents'
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    Well I did speak to my form tutor and she said that it is too late and also the other 2 A levels I want to take are not available at my college, so that's also another problem
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    My equivalents are applied law and photography
 
 
 
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