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    (Original post by hepl)
    Thanks! I've literally only recently been considering it, so I haven't gotten anywhere. I don't think I'll end up going down that route to be honest.
    Probably a good decision. I think most aspiring medics have been planning their route for years

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    Probably a good decision. I think most aspiring medics have been planning their route for years

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    Yeah, most knew ages ago that's what they wanted to do. It's not so easy for me. :P
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    (Original post by jneill)
    So you won't have an AS in history then?

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    For the current yr 11 we will only has AS exams if we drop a subject. All the A2's are linear!
    Schools won't waste money entering us for AS exams that count towards nothing!
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    Drop the subject if you think it will really drag your other grades down with it, if you think you could manage and get good grades - go for 4.
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    (Original post by fleky6910)
    For the current yr 11 we will only has AS exams if we drop a subject. All the A2's are linear!
    Schools won't waste money entering us for AS exams that count towards nothing!
    Not all schools, hence why I was asking.
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    Not all schools, hence why I was asking.
    Yeah. Most schools will however unless they are private. The AS exams don't count towards anything anymore.(from next year).
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    (Original post by fleky6910)
    The AS exams don't count towards anything anymore.(from next year).
    No. They are still a qualification and need to be declared on UCAS.

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    No. They are still a qualification and need to be declared on UCAS.

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    Yeah if your dropping the subject u do the AS. If your doing the full A2, the AS doesn't count to the A2 grade like it used to
    (this what I meant, sorry for confusion)
    Not many schools will give the opportunity sit all the AS exams in the subjects you are carrying on
 
 
 
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