I think my subjects definatley rank in this order even though thier pretty similar,
1.Product Design (hardest, just so much unexpected theory work)
2.Business Studies (Not really difficult, it just gets boring)
3.Media (not to bad)
4.Fine Art (Easiest,though it has a demanding coursework load)
It's totally subjective, it depends if you are a maths/sciencey person if you gravitate towards humanities. From the subjects I take, in order of difficulty;
Film Studies (which is a blessing of an A level, but it fits nicely with my other subjects)
Of course, I can't include any others because I don't do anymore!
This is incredibly subjective.
I've seen a lot of people put down English Lit as the hardest, whilst I found that i needed to revise Psychology a lot more. Maths took the biscuit for me though.
Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
History, Geography, English Lit, Psychology and Languages.
Sociology, Economics, English Lang + Lit and Philosophy (although Philosophy could be in the above bracket too)
Music, Media, Business studies and RS.
Government + Politics, Accounting and Art and Design.
Photography and Film studies.
No idea where ICT, Law and several others fit in, though.
However as I obviously haven't studied every course, I'm relying on other students opinions, and who got what grade in what A-Level.
Feel free to disagree.
(Original post by Destroyviruses)
I'm hiring him/her ill tell him what to do. Scientists are actually fighting against so much environmental damage. People demand it. Scientist pave paths which people can choose to follow.
First off would have been good if you submitted a list, i don't have time to search for all the subjects.
But if ur talking mainly about a levels excusing NVQ and the rest of it.
Business studies and Sociology, history, geography (same)
any others i would be listing as pure prejudice and would be pointless to say so. But general studies easist 100/100 /flex.
But its very hard to rank certain a levels in dificulty you see. Because science subjects are more knowledge orientated and business, law, sociology are essay based and require skills that you learn from practicing essay's. I would say from my experience i personally find essay subjects harder as there is a smaller guarntee you will get it right. Where as science subjects it is more of do you know it or don't you know it.
but the exception goes to maths which i think is the hardest a-level it really does require huge amounts of concentration and i find law also dificult because its learning lots of facts, some of which i hold no interest in which means i have to make them interesting in order for me to remember it...
Maths is also interesting because some people find it a piece of piss and struggle with essay subjects because there is no subjectivity. From what iv hurd from people do maths and business studies. So to say someone is smart because they do maths is to say they are smart at maths and nothing else, though they can be smart at other things as well obviously and there is no reason thus to rank subjects as its entirely subjective.