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Basically, I wish to do architecture at university and for my AS grades (in literature, sociology and history), I got CCD and have the option to carry on with the second year, however, I truly believe I will fail if I carry on - as didn’t revise, and I can see myself doing the same again next year when it actually counts .
I was just wondering if I would be better doing a BTEC in Applied Science (alongside an a-level in art), to do BTEC Art, or to carry on with my A2 year (and actually revise)?
I would highly appreciate if anybody could give me their opinion and help me?
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*** I’m unaware that I forgot to add an title - the title was meant to be “Would doing a BTEC in Applied Science/Art help me become an architect?”
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Why can you not revise?
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Why can you not revise?
I was just going through major personal problems at the time - so I was more concerned about my mental health rather than my grades
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I was just going through major personal problems at the time - so I was more concerned about my mental health rather than my grades
understandable, maybe if things are looking better now with a revision schedule you could manage to revise?
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