I’m sorry you’re in this predicament but don’t worry, you can still make the most of it!

A-levels are very difficult exams so to do two new ones in one year when they’re designed to be done over two years is asking a bit too much of yourself. A lot of colleges and 6th forms will not allow you to do this anyway. If so, you’ll have to pay for the exams yourself and study for them yourself.

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Call a selection of unis that you’d like to go to next year and talk to admissions and the course departments that you’re interested in. They will give you the best advice on what you need to do to get onto the course you want. You might not necessarily need to sit the two A levels in one year if there is an extracurricular activity or work experience you could do instead.

Good luck! 😊

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