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    Its now february (basically) in AS. Im doing biology, sociology and ICT. Since mid september when i started ive found it a fun but challenging experience, and one thats starting to become a burden. Im behind in all 3 of my subjects but i know that if i put work in ill get a pass in each - but this isnt the problem. im looking to go on to university and pursue physiotherapy which is extremely competitive so ill need an A at least in my bio and a B in the other 2. Im wondering if i should drop out of AS and resit the whole year again this september OR stick through AS and resit this september anyway. Either way i know ill have to resit AS.
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    Its now february (basically) in AS. Im doing biology, sociology and ICT. Since mid september when i started ive found it a fun but challenging experience, and one thats starting to become a burden. Im behind in all 3 of my subjects but i know that if i put work in ill get a pass in each - but this isnt the problem. im looking to go on to university and pursue physiotherapy which is extremely competitive so ill need an A at least in my bio and a B in the other 2. Im wondering if i should drop out of AS and resit the whole year again this september OR stick through AS and resit this september anyway. Either way i know ill have to resit AS.
    Thanks in advance!
    you've got loads of time. I'm in A2 and i havent even started yet. Dont sweat it
 
 
 

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