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I was meant to sit them in 2020, but don't have a school anymore.

My GCSEs were good, but I flopped my AS levels in 2019: B in maths, E in Physics, C in Spanish

Consistently have been putting off studying until March this year. Doing Maths, Further Maths + Economics. Have alreasdy done maths& further maths in school for AS only.

My exams are in October (as a private candidate) & I know if I sit them then I will get mediocre grades (think C, B, B/A).

I would really like to go to uni in september 2023, but to sit the exams next year in the summer & apply with predicted grades.

Since my AS grades were so bad, do I have a chance to get into a good uni still & how would I go about getting *good* predicted grades🥺

Because if I were to sit them in summer 2023, then I would definitely get all a's at least. I just don't want to put a levels off for another year :/
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I was meant to sit them in 2020, but don't have a school anymore.

My GCSEs were good, but I flopped my AS levels in 2019: B in maths, E in Physics, C in Spanish

Consistently have been putting off studying until March this year. Doing Maths, Further Maths + Economics. Have alreasdy done maths& further maths in school for AS only.

My exams are in October (as a private candidate) & I know if I sit them then I will get mediocre grades (think C, B, B/A).

I would really like to go to uni in september 2023, but to sit the exams next year in the summer & apply with predicted grades.

Since my AS grades were so bad, do I have a chance to get into a good uni still & how would I go about getting *good* predicted grades🥺

Because if I were to sit them in summer 2023, then I would definitely get all a's at least. I just don't want to put a levels off for another year :/
Firstly your exams are in october. You have so much time on your hands. My boards start in 2 days.
What are your current subjects.
Also if you utilize this time well then you could score great grades for the as level board exams and also get the a levels done by june. This would enable you to enter uni in 2023 sept.
If you take physics in 13th (A levels) and if i get an A or A* i will definitely help you with it.
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