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What are the Easiest and least respected A levels?

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    If i say some of them, I'm gonna get negged, so what's the point?
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    (Original post by James A)
    If i say some of them, I'm gonna get negged, so what's the point?
    You are in red already mate, I dont think it really matters.
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    (Original post by James A)
    If i say some of them, I'm gonna get negged, so what's the point?
    Because Reps/ Negs aren't going to make your life anymore/ less enjoyable. And I'm curious to know
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    erm...Travel & Tourism, General Studies, Photography, Critical Thinking, etc
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    (Original post by Oh my Ms. Coffey)
    You are in red already mate, I dont think it really matters.
    I knew someone was gonna say this. (especially from someone with such high positive rep )
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    I'd say the least respected are:

    Dance, Applied Buisness, Law, Anthropology, Archaeology, Citizenship, Communication and Culture, General Studies, Health and Social Care, Leisure Studies, Travel and Tourism, ICT, Media, PE.

    Probably a few more too, but that's the ones my college offer from the top of my head. Its hard to say what subject is easy because personally, I'd fail Dance miserably yet I'm quite good at Chemistry. Easiness is subjective. I'm going to get negged because there's going to be people who study these subjects, but they aren't very respected and that's hard to disagree with. Basically anything on the blacklists, Oxbridge isn't everything but its a decent guide.
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    (Original post by llessur123)
    I'd say the least respected are:

    Dance, Applied Buisness, Law, Anthropology, Archaeology, Citizenship, Communication and Culture, General Studies, Health and Social Care, Leisure Studies, Travel and Tourism, ICT, Media, PE.

    Probably a few more too, but that's the ones my college offer from the top of my head. Its hard to say what subject is easy because personally, I'd fail Dance miserably yet I'm quite good at Chemistry. Easiness is subjective. I'm going to get negged because there's going to be people who study these subjects, but they aren't very respected and that's hard to disagree with. Basically anything on the blacklists, Oxbridge isn't everything but its a decent guide.
    Marine Science?

    Just kidding....
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    It should be common sense really; the easier ones are the less 'respected'. However, if you combine one of these with two more academically challenging A levels (because University is about academia, after all), then Universities shouldn't care at all. Oxbridge is perhaps a different story, but then Oxbridge is just hard to get into full stop.
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    It's a silly question - people are just going to post subjects they don't do, which means they can't really give an opinion on it anyway. All threads like this do is allow elitist, naive students to go wild listing off every subject they don't have a clue about :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by James A)
    Marine Science?

    Just kidding....
    What?
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    Genuinely interested as to why law, archaeology and anthropology would be bad, they seem quite 'respected' to me? Are they really easy at A-Level or something?
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    (Original post by Zuki)
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    That depends on individuals, if your interested in a subject, then your motivated to do well and you'll learn much better than others and find it easier than others.
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    (Original post by Doskey)
    Genuinely interested as to why law, archaeology and anthropology would be bad, they seem quite 'respected' to me? Are they really easy at A-Level or something?
    It's not that they are easy but quite specialist and less traditional. They are ok for some courses but to be on the safe side I wouldn't pick them.
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    Media,ICT,Drama things like that.
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    (Original post by Doskey)
    Genuinely interested as to why law, archaeology and anthropology would be bad, they seem quite 'respected' to me? Are they really easy at A-Level or something?
    They would be respected at degree level (obviously) but the best univeristies actually blacklist them at A-level because they're not considered to involve much analysis or independent thinking. A-level Law, for example, seems to mainly consist of memorising case after case from what I've heard from friends. A potential lawyer would be expected to study something like A-level History because it is considered a more 'solid' subject.
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    (Original post by James A)
    I knew someone was gonna say this. (especially from someone with such high positive rep )
    I'm feeling nice after Chelsea's win.
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    (Original post by Doskey)
    Genuinely interested as to why law, archaeology and anthropology would be bad, they seem quite 'respected' to me? Are they really easy at A-Level or something?
    Because they end in ology.
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    (Original post by llessur123)
    I'd say the least respected are:

    Dance, Applied Buisness, Law, Anthropology, Archaeology, Citizenship, Communication and Culture, General Studies, Health and Social Care, Leisure Studies, Travel and Tourism, ICT, Media, PE.

    Probably a few more too, but that's the ones my college offer from the top of my head. Its hard to say what subject is easy because personally, I'd fail Dance miserably yet I'm quite good at Chemistry. Easiness is subjective. I'm going to get negged because there's going to be people who study these subjects, but they aren't very respected and that's hard to disagree with. Basically anything on the blacklists, Oxbridge isn't everything but its a decent guide.
    More or less listed everything but for sciences and maths
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    Courses that include (inter alia) 'media', 'film' or 'studies' in the course name.

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