Dropping a subject at the end of year 12

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asliceofpi
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Hi there,

I'm currently in year 12 taking double maths [single and further], physics and chemistry. I would like to apply for maths at uni so I'm interested in dropping chemistry at the end of the year. This would give me more time to focus on maths.

Would I gain any credit for doing chemistry for a year (i.e. could I put it on my UCAS)? If not, do you think it would be better to drop it as soon as possible?

Thanks for your help!
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You can only credit it if your school does the actual As chemistry exam at the end on year 12.
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(Original post by Routeri)
You can only credit it if your school does the actual As chemistry exam at the end on year 12.
Thanks for replying! Oh, I see - my school does Pre-U which is linear (exams at the end of year 13) so I probably wouldn't get anything for it then
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