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    I am planning on doing online A level courses. It's already January and quite a bit of the academic year has passed but it's still possible to do the As Level part of maybe 2 A levels.

    Would it be possible to do the first part (As level) of say Psychology and Philosophy in-between now and June and then do the rest of those A levels next year along with an entire separate A level ? (Tacit but entire A level being as and a2)

    I'm not in any education or work currently so I'm not strapped for time. Thanks for the replies in advance
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    I did all of my a levels in one academic year , three in total. It is doable with the right amount of dedication , if you have time on your side , then go for it !

    Also, if it's online , you can do the lessons pretty much back to back. I was in sixth form when I did mine , with specific class times ect (i.e. Once a week) .

    Good luck with it
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    Thanks for your advice, just out of curiosity what A Levels did you do ?
 
 
 
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