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What do I do now?
I am 17 years old pakistani who lives in Ksa.I gave 9 IGCSE exams in June 2018 and because I didn't study for them I got Bs and Cs and U in maths..I had to repeat all of them in the following Octobe/november but again i didn't study so I didn't register for them and instead continued with AS level with my school and again didn't study but I registered for them and left all of my papers empty so.I expect 3 Es .I need all A stars in o/a levels to get into a government medical university in pakistan...I could repeat all of my igs in this October and also join school and continue with A2 and give AL of the 3 science subjects I took.Ik this is near to imposssible to give 8 igs and 3 AL exams in a span of just 8 months and also SATs and expect all A stars...The other thing I can do is to give my igcse exams in october but get enrolled in AS level.along with it and then go to A2 next year(meaning I would have to waste a year)..Or I could do fsc so i wouldn't have to repeat Igs but again will have to waste one.more year...I was supposed to be graduating thisyear and the idea of wasting a year makes me very depressed and I continue to have mental breakdowns..I really wanted to completemy last yeat of high school and graduate as class of 2020..If I choose the first option, I can do that...Ik it's not realistic but maybe if I work extra extra hard?3 replies
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