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    i transferred sixth forms mid year and my exam board for chemistry and maths have changed from ocr to aqa are the entree deadlines closed for these subjects in aqa if not when do they close. Also for aqa maths do they study statistics in the second year? because for ocr im studying statistics in the first year
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    Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.


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    I can still register for any exams with any exam board at my exam centre so your fine.

    Potentially your new college may have internal deadlines but their is no way I can know that.

    As for statistics both AQA and Edexcel let you choose your units so you can choose to do statistics modules but your college may make you take other units. Also if you have taken exams with different exam boards you can transfer units across but I do t know much about that.
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    i transferred sixth forms mid year and my exam board for chemistry and maths have changed from ocr to aqa are the entree deadlines closed for these subjects in aqa if not when do they close. Also for aqa maths do they study statistics in the second year? because for ocr im studying statistics in the first year
    Luke has pretty much answered your questions.
    The normal entry deadline is 21 February. Schools often set earlier deadlines for students to make decisions so the exams office has time to do and check all of the admin. After that you can still be entered right up to exams day but the fees go up.

    As Luke said, schools decide which units to teach and in what order to teach them. It is more common to do S1 in year 12 and M1 in year 13, but either, or some other combinations are all possible. If you have already completed the maths AS you can transfer credit for the result and complete the A level with a different examiner. If this is still your AS year then talk to your new maths teachers and agree the best plan for you.


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