I’m currently in my first year of A-levels, studying biology, art and photography. I had started the year studying biology, chemistry, physics and art, but due to ongoing mental health issues I had to drop physics which was causing extra stress (even though I loved it) and I switched chemistry for photography for the same reasons.
I had initially started a levels believing I would go on to study at vet school, which I had always wanted to do, but again, my mental health issues got in the way and I decided against it.
I still want to go to university and am planning on doing a degree in microbiology, but I’m very aware that my once excellent grades are slipping and I’m gettig more and more socially awkward. I was wondering if it would still be possible for me to get into this course with sub-par grades? I’m very sure it’s what I want to do, but I don’t want to be disappointed if it’s not going to happen.
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- Thread Starter
- 12-03-2018 23:21
- 12-03-2018 23:24
While your grades may be slipping, you'll just have to power through them, and make sure you understand what you learn. I may not know too much about the course but if its something you really want to do, then push for it, just remember that the reason why you want to pass with good grades is to do this course, hopefully it'll be motivating enough to get you through, cus hell, it's just about getting me through rn