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Please help me out.

My Year12 was from July2018 to June2019
My Year13 was from July2019 to June2020

Subjects I take are Maths FurtherMaths Physics for A level. 4th AS subject is Chemistry

I finished my A level Maths in Oct2019 session.
Will it be considered as an early A level?
Will it be considered taken in Year12 or Year13?
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What's an early A level?
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(Original post by Aung)
Please help me out.

My Year12 was from July2018 to June2019
My Year13 was from July2019 to June2020

Subjects I take are Maths FurtherMaths Physics for A level. 4th AS subject is Chemistry

I finished my A level Maths in Oct2019 session.
Will it be considered as an early A level?
Will it be considered taken in Year12 or Year13?
Doesnt matter and why do you need to know?
I would say you took it the date you took it and the UCAS will show that plus they will see from your form.
Are you asking whether it bestows some advantage?
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Doesnt matter and why do you need to know?
I would say you took it the date you took it and the UCAS will show that plus they will see from your form.
Are you asking whether it bestows some advantage?
Some universities don't like A levels taken early in Year12.
They want students to finish A levels in Year13.
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Some universities don't like A levels taken early in Year12.
They want students to finish A levels in Year13.
Which unis? I'm pretty sure none of them are bothered.
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Some universities don't like A levels taken early in Year12.
They want students to finish A levels in Year13.
What are you talking about?
So you are saying its a disadvcantage?
Care to show us a few examples of which university?

I would say universities dont care one jot about when you took your A levels , except in a few courses where theye expect completion in 2 years and either no resits or within the 2 years.
the way you are explaining it I believe you are misinformed.
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(Original post by Aung)
Please help me out.

My Year12 was from July2018 to June2019
My Year13 was from July2019 to June2020

Subjects I take are Maths FurtherMaths Physics for A level. 4th AS subject is Chemistry

I finished my A level Maths in Oct2019 session.
Will it be considered as an early A level?
Will it be considered taken in Year12 or Year13?
That's a disadvantage cas in you will get like two certificate and in your final certificate your A level Maths wouldn't be included. Most unis doesn't like it.
Plus, you took C12 at January 2019 and finished all the a levels at june 2020 so it's more than a year gap between your first AS and final A2.
Hence, when unis choose among you and other a level board candidate, you are a bit disadvantaged.
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