those doing A2, how much more work would you say it is to do 4 A2s? I want to carry all my subjects as I enjoy them all, and I'll admit I haven't worked so hard this year not until April, but have managed to get up to my predicted grades of AAAA, so if all goes well in summer, would i manage next year?
well i got all A's in my AS levels without much work, but now doing my last modules in my 3A2's i can honestly say it's hard work and i would advise you to really think it through if you firstly have the time to do it. most people drop down a grade at A2 which happens very often because it gets very hard like i dropped to a B in biology in my January exam and now i have to retake to get the A.
but if you don't have a weekend job and are committed to researching more and keeping up to date then you should be fine doing 4A2's
hope this helps
only do it if you like your subjects...I'm doing 4 A levels atm and it's rubbish because i don't even kind of like two of them!! but im working hard and have a bit of a habit of cramming for exams but it's been working until now. if you're willing to really work and if you really like all four subjects, you shouldn't have too many problems
I've carried on my 4as's to a2's, just because my as results were unexpected and I was unsure which one to drop. I'm finding 4 not bad for workload, and because I've done modular exams, the exams load isn't too much. However, I would advise that uni's only want 3 a levels. Is it worth compromising the other 3 for 4 when one isn't needed? I don't regret keeping the 4 subjects, but I do have way more work than my friends. If you're committed and like your subjects, go for it! If not, I'd consider dropping one. Hope this helps