Your referee will provide your A-level predictions.
Are you doing all 3 A-levels in one year after your Access? I'd be concerned about your workload, and you don't need 3 A-levels on top of an Access. One is entirely sufficient, even for Oxford (or Cambridge). Philosophy would be a good choice.
I do think you should consider taking GCSE maths if you have no maths at all.
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And will my referee at my current college that I'm doing an access in, then give me the predicted grades or do I have to get the predicted grades from the college I'm doing A levels in, and when do I get that, when I finished a mock exam or something?
I understand what your saying about doing what you need, but if I didn't enjoy it nor found myself capable of doing it, then I wouldn't do it.
But now that I am going to do it, do you think alongside my Access, it is then best to do A level Philosophy, A level Drama and A level Creative writing, do you think that's a good mix of subjects.
Thank you soo much