Should I just flop one of my A Levels? Watch

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I’m currently doing like Maths, Physics , English with the view to become a medical administration cleric. I want to just forget about English cos I need more time for going out and that. I really like cakes etc tbh.

My teacher reckons I could still become the best medical man in Europe if I jus focus on like the other 2 A levels?

What’s everyone’s advice I jus want an aram life like jus comfortable can’t be bothered on focussing etc but it’s up you you, what should I do ?

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Hey! My advice would be withdraw if possible rather than flop, as it really looks bad when it comes to your CV and can be interpreted as being lazy! If you’re AS, there’s still time to switch but my advice would be either try and get at least a C in it, or withdraw for your future self’s sake😊
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(Original post by david_john_allen)
I’m currently doing like Maths, Physics , English with the view to become a medical administration cleric. I want to just forget about English cos I need more time for going out and that. I really like cakes etc tbh.

My teacher reckons I could still become the best medical man in Europe if I jus focus on like the other 2 A levels?

What’s everyone’s advice I jus want an aram life like jus comfortable can’t be bothered on focussing etc but it’s up you you, what should I do ?

Okay?

Cheers
Are you looking to going into uni? If so you'll still need to have at least 3 A-levels or equivalent, same with some apprenticeships. You should focus more on organising your time to free up space to do all those things (e.g. developing a timetable and study plan and sticking to it).
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