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    At what point does it become too late to change a levels? I’m considering changing soon and idk
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    At what point does it become too late to change a levels? I’m considering changing soon and idk
    What do you want to change and why? For some subjects I’d say it’s too late, but for some others you may be able to catch up. I changed a few weeks ago and it was one of the best decisions I did. Quickly think about it.
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    At what point does it become too late to change a levels? I’m considering changing soon and idk
    In year 12, I would say, about one month in. Our school had a 4-week cut-off date.

    In year 13, it's too late, you're too far gone
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    You keep posting it. Have you even bothered to ask your school to see if they will let you, as suggested? Only they can tell you unless you are willing to go as a private candidate. I would be surprised if they let you unless, you are very bright or have made a persuasive case or you have support of parents and teachers.
 
 
 
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