how many hours does it take to learn these 3 a levels from scratch?

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Yh well I want a*s in all of them
For which degree?
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Is time on your side? You could plan to start your A Levels this autumn with a view to going up to Uni in 2023.
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Is time on your side? You could plan to start your A Levels this autumn with a view to going up to Uni in 2023.
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Have you done a levels? How long did it take you to learn the whole syllabus and what did you get?
Hope you don't mind me asking
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Minimum 2 years. Maybe even 3 years
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Maths could probably be quicker (in school we did it in about 6 or 7 months), but biology and chemistry have so much content to memorise that the standard 2 years is more likely no matter how quickly you understand it.
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2 or 3 years yh
Have you done a levels? How long did it take you to learn the whole syllabus and what did you get?
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Have you done a levels? How long did it take you to learn the whole syllabus and what did you get?
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I did three A Levels in the sixth form and then I went to a college of Further Education for a year to do another A Level and an extra GCSE.

The reason for this is that I did a GCSE in German in the 6th form and loved it. When I went to college, I took German at A Level and Spanish at GCSE.

My situation was very different, as I was a sixth former and then a college student, so I was being taught in a normal classroom situation. My subjects were also Arts subjects. Furthermore, this was some time ago.
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