alinaamir
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Is it possible to do complete A level chemistry in 2 months? I failed my a level Chemistry in June 2019 and got a D of AS. I can't carry it forward since I took 2 gap years. I need to take another alevels in oct/nov 2021 in order to apply to universities. I wanted to know if it is possible to prepare for it in 2 months? Or is there any other possible soft A level subject I can take? I really can't take another gap year. Any help is much appreciated.
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I would say no, especially if you struggle at chemistry anyway. If you do not have that basic understanding of A Level chemistry there is no way 2 months would be enough time to cover the entire content . Revising it is different, but you cannot learn the complete course in 2 months without suffering from burnout.
Maybe psychology instead? It's mainly just memorising. Idk much about other soft subjects, or btecs so I think this is all the help I can offer sorry.
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What A levels and AS levels - subjects and grades - do you already have?
What subjects are you going to retake in the autumn Chem and ...?
What are you hoping to do with these A levels - degree subject?
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a level chemistry is very difficult so probably not- if you've got a D at AS maybe you could do well on the full a level within a year?:dontknow: psychology's a relatively easy subject but lot of content to cover so you'd struggle even with 2 months.
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