I took the old syllabus ICT AS level and I can't continue it to A2 now!

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Alright so I was completely un aware that there was going to be a new syllabus for next year. I took camebridge AS level ICT 9713 and I can't do A2 because its a new syllabus 9626. The school signed me up and everything for 9713. What do you think I can do!!!? I only have 2 other subjects and I am not considering re doing AS and doing A2 in the same year for ICT. No way. Do I have any rights I can use against my school and to let camebridge so something so I don't take AS again. I was thinking about doing another AS level subject and finishing with @ alevels and 2 as levels but most universities need 3 alevels. I AM GOING CRAZZYY
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I'm guessing it's because the qualification is being reformed into a new uncoupled one? It looks like your school entered you for the qualification intended for last year's resitters and you should have been put onto the new qualification to begin with. If you don't insist on going to a Russell Group that asks for a certain number of grades you can just go to a university that asks for UCAS, and pick up an extra AS.
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