Letter for drop a subject

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okay so my child is dropping chemistry AS and i have to write a letter to the head of year saying tht my child wants to drop this subject.. how would i write this formally?
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Hello, Habib - and welcome to English Forums.

Start by writing as if you were speaking to the head. Post your effort here and we will review it for you.
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My son wants to drop AS chemistry as it is nt a required subject for his uni and would liek to concentrate on other subjects more

sometihng along those linesjus need to make it longer and make it more formal.. just need to say sumthing bout my son dropping chemistry and convince them to let my son drop AS chem Emotion: smile

ty habib
Yes, please do that, Habib. We do not write letters for you here; we check the letter that you have written. So please make an effort to form a letter. There are plenty of examples in this forum and in our [url=http://www.englishforums.com/English/ImportantNoticeLetterWritersRead-Post/bdlvc/post.htm ]FAQS[/url].
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To whom it may concern,

My son, habib, would liek to drop AS chemistry as he does not require this for his University. It is also time consuming whr he would concentrate more on his core subjects . Please allow him to drop chemistry

Thnk You.

( and should sign it here? )
To whom it may concern:

My son, Habib, would like to drop AS Chemistry, as he does not require this for his university. It is time-consuming, and he would like to concentrate more on his core subjects . Please allow him to drop Chemistry.

Thank you.

(signed)

(Printed name)
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should i end it with thank you or should i end it with yours scincerly?
'Thank you' is OK, or you can add 'Yours sincerely' also,
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ive written out another letter.. could u review this aswel please Emotion: smile

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

Dear Mr. Martin,



I am writing this letter to request withdrawal from the course AS Chemistry, for my son, Habib.



Habib, would like to drop AS Chemistry, as he does not require this for his university. It is time-consuming, where instead he could be using that time to study and concentrate more on his core subjects. Please allow him to drop Chemistry.



Thank you for your consideration.



Yours sincerely,





Hassan Khan

____________________________________________________________________________________________

which letter would u recommend me send to my sons head of year?

the 1st one or teh second one?

thnk you Emotion: smile
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