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    Is it possible to catch up halfway of the course in less than 4 months with new content aswell l?
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    Is it possible to catch up halfway of the course in less than 4 months with new content aswell l?
    Which subject?
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    Sociology.
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    Is it possible to catch up halfway of the course in less than 4 months with new content aswell l?
    It’s possible, it won’t be easy but it’s possible, yeah. Set aside an hour or two a day for that subject.

    Bear in mind, if you go into that subject now despite missing content, things won’t make a hell of a lot of sense. So you’ll essentially need to learn stuff twice. The Sociology AQA books are useful, or whatever exam board you’re using.

    It won’t be easy, A-Levels never are, but do able if your college / sixth form will let you. ☺️
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    (Original post by Ed014)
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    It definitely is possible but you just have to put the time and effort for it. If you don't then you'll regret picking it up half way through the course. Im assuming your in AS? If so ten its much easier for you as you only have to do the exams at the end of A2 but that doesn't mean you should be slacking. Just make sure you do the work and your gonna have to be ahead of the game really compared to the other subjects as you'll be behind everyone else. But don't fret it is possible!

    Hope that helps!
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    It definitely is possible but you just have to put the time and effort for it. If you don't then you'll regret picking it up half way through the course. Im assuming your in AS? If so ten its much easier for you as you only have to do the exams at the end of A2 but that doesn't mean you should be slacking. Just make sure you do the work and your gonna have to be ahead of the game really compared to the other subjects as you'll be behind everyone else. But don't fret it is possible!

    Hope that helps!
    Thanks man. I will go talk to my sixth form and see what they think.
 
 
 
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