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lillyx123
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I want to complete all my alevels in one year so in year 12 because then after I can travel and live in Italy for what would be year 13 therefore I can save for uni ect! Is completing your alevels in one year(year12) possible ?
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Yes, but you’d probably get terrible grades or be extremely overworked. It isn’t worth it
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I want to complete all my alevels in one year so in year 12 because then after I can travel and live in Italy for what would be year 13 therefore I can save for uni ect! Is completing your alevels in one year(year12) possible ?
No - it isn't possible unless you self-study at home and I wouldn't advise that. You could have a gap year after A levels?
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I really don't see the point. Lots of people take a gap year after Y13 if they want to travel or save for uni. I don't even know if it's possible to do what you're suggesting, but looking back to how much work I had to put in for my AS/A2 levels I wouldn't like to try sitting all exams in one year!
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I want to complete all my alevels in one year so in year 12 because then after I can travel and live in Italy for what would be year 13 therefore I can save for uni ect! Is completing your alevels in one year(year12) possible ?
Yes if you are really clever and teaching yourself, You are most likely not that clever,. Do not underestimate A levels.
Your school will 99.9% not allow it.
Education after 18 is no longer free.
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The simple answer is no, it's not possible.

Going into more detail, it's only possible if you belong to the 1% most brightest of the population. So unless you think your part of the best 1% then answer is no.
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