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    Hey there, so I'm currently in sixth form and I'm really finding it difficult to maintain the grades I have- last year, I had BBBC in math, geography, chemistry and physics respectively ( I'm re-sitting some physics AS units ). Luckily, the three Bs were all at the B-C boundary meaning had I slipped just a bit, I would have scooped 4 C's in AS. I was wondering whether A-level is necessary to get a decent job at a good airline- generally, they require a minimum of high school leaving certificate.. is that O-level, AS or A2? Your thoughts are very much appreciated
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    Hey there, so I'm currently in sixth form and I'm really finding it difficult to maintain the grades I have- last year, I had BBBC in math, geography, chemistry and physics respectively ( I'm re-sitting some physics AS units ). Luckily, the three Bs were all at the B-C boundary meaning had I slipped just a bit, I would have scooped 4 C's in AS. I was wondering whether A-level is necessary to get a decent job at a good airline- generally, they require a minimum of high school leaving certificate.. is that O-level, AS or A2? Your thoughts are very much appreciated
    British Airways requires BBC at A-level. Other airlines may be different.
    https://jobs.ba.com/jobs/futurepilot/



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    You need maths and physics at a level as its very competitive and the higher the qualification you have to show you are competent in maths and physics,
 
 
 
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