doing 4 Alevels in ONE year - is this possible

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doing the whole Alevel chemistry, a level maths, a level further maths and alevel business is one year - is this possible????
i am a highly motivated individual
But is this too much or would you consider dropping one or does anyone have any tips
or does anyone know if it is doable ?!
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Extremely difficult but I guess you could try, you risk getting poor grades.

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I have learnt all of the business specification this year and as the exams are linear my exam will be this year and I have done the AS in Maths and have achieved an A in it, as i self taught myself Alevel maths in 3 monthsi wanted someone to let me know if id be able to teach myself further maths in one year also if i could do chemistry

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Motivated or not, this is exceptionally unlikely to lead to success. Why are you trying to do all of this in a year? Furthermore, I suspect you're not doing this at a college, but attempting to self-teach it?
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Possible, only if you get off TSR.
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the average you would normally take is three. so if your willing to sacrifice a lot of your free time, you'll be fine. all you need to do is be prepared to do a bit of exata learning in your free time.
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What's the point?
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(Original post by annie1119)
doing the whole Alevel chemistry, a level maths, a level further maths and alevel business is one year - is this possible????
i am a highly motivated individual
But is this too much or would you consider dropping one or does anyone have any tips
or does anyone know if it is doable ?!
I'm doing the same. But for A-level Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and physics. Maybe we could help each other out for Maths, Further Maths and Chemistry. I'm going to be doing Edexcel for all of these. Which exam board are you going to be using?
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(Original post by annie1119)
doing the whole Alevel chemistry, a level maths, a level further maths and alevel business is one year - is this possible????
i am a highly motivated individual
But is this too much or would you consider dropping one or does anyone have any tips
or does anyone know if it is doable ?!
Easily doable. A single subject shouldn't take more than a month.
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Easily doable. A single subject shouldn't take more than a month.
Except maths with 6 exams-could take a month and a day
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Have you just left school? Because trust me Alevels are HARD! I dropped out of year 12 back in January because I couldn't handle it due to the courses and the college and you have picked really hard A levels there and courses are now linear so good luck with that but you will struggle because I have to resit year 12 and you don't want to do the same I would just do 2 years Hun your putting too much pressure on ye self and ask any Alevel teacher u will not handle it
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I did the equivalent of this amount of workload in a year several years ago, and it is doable if you work hard, but don't expect to achieve consistently very high UMS scores in all of your modules. But why are you doing this? Is there a reason you can't spread it out over two years instead?
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