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How many A2-level subjects can I do if I fail one in four AS-level subjects and how many can I resit?

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Asked by jimpy Saturday Apr 11th 2009 in International Students
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Hi ,
Your solution is there please visit this link and get more info about the colleges , admissions, fees and more.
www.way2college.com/Alard-Group-of-Institutes.htm
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I am not based out of a country that that is based on the British system of education, so I am not 100% certain this answer is going to be completely correct. But, from what I understand you have have completed at minimum three, and you can resit for as many as you need to.

Let me reiterate, I am not acquainted with the British educational system, so you might be better off contacting the institution you are completing you AS-Level subjects with for specific answer.

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