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    Hi,

    I am 29 years old and I am about to enrol to do my A-Levels but how many do I need to do? I want to progress on to a degree after I've completed them but I'm not yet sure which degree I want to do. How many A-Levels do I need to do and what grades do I need to get in order to have a good chance of getting on to a degree course in university in the future?

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    Because A-Levels are going linear, I'd say stick with 3 unless you can't choose and want to do a fourth. Grade requirements depend on the university and the course. It might be worth checking out potential degrees and career paths on UCAS before making your decisions.

    Good luck! x
 
 
 

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