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    Is it too late to swap a levels? I’ve already swapped once but it still doesn’t feel right. I’ve decided I want to do physics but I don’t do physics or maths (I was doing maths but dropped)
    I don’t know what to do
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    Is it too late to swap a levels? I’ve already swapped once but it still doesn’t feel right. I’ve decided I want to do physics but I don’t do physics or maths (I was doing maths but dropped)
    I don’t know what to do
    Only your school can tell you.
    You would have a lot to catch up on.
    Unless you put forward a convincing case, then I think they will refuse you. You arent coming across as though youve fully thought it through.
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    (Original post by Reece.W.J)
    Is it too late to swap a levels? I’ve already swapped once but it still doesn’t feel right. I’ve decided I want to do physics but I don’t do physics or maths (I was doing maths but dropped)
    I don’t know what to do
    As said above, only your school can answer that.

    Honestly? It’s unlikely. We’re already about 10-12 weeks into the year. And you don’t sound very clear on what you want.

    It’s also worth nothing, If you dropped Maths, you may not be at all capable of physics, which is often deemed more difficult if you don’t do maths alongside.
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