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    I’m currently doing three AS Levels after dropping my fourth because I was failing/completely out of touch with the course. I had the opportunity to self teach maths and take the Feb mock. I didn’t do too well in this but they let me choose whether to take it or not. I was advised against it but given the freedom to if i wished, or to take it next year alongside the subjects i’m taking into year 13.

    Would it be better to:
    1) Take the AS this year and with tutoring hope for the best- most likely AAAC?
    2) Take the AS next year and get AAA in year 12

    I want to study english- will it impact my uni chances if i take it next year? I was thinking i could take a gap year and then at least i’m applying having completed the 4 AS-levels and 3 A-Levels.

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