You might enjoy it :P but I hated it because of the people that were in my class (1) and (2) I hated the course we were doing! There was more writing then there was drawing, I also discovered that I actually am not very good at art
I decided to study AS and A2 Biology via distance learning last year and put it on hold in January. Just started working on it again a week or so ago and have decided to wash my hands of it already. Partly because the distance learning course file activities and the textbook don't appear to actually match up - they say read this and then ask questions and expect you to answer with details that aren't IN the material you've covered. Secondly because it's just boring. I was always very good at Biology at GCSE but found it tedious and I guess it's the same at A-Level. Turns out I don't need Bio for any of my potential career routes so back on my bookcase it goes!
I greatly regret underestimating the final AQA English Literature unit, the one on the Great War. Because of terrible marks in that I missed an A overall by 4 UMS and never bothered to resit. I got 100% in at least one of the other units so it goes to show that the marking is somewhat whacky in English Lit. I enjoyed it but would have enjoyed it a whole lot more had I realised just how much better (and smoother) it would have been had I researched the contexts and backgrounds to the texts more.
I am currently self-teaching AS and A2 Maths and loving it. Part of me regrets not doing it earlier but I don't think I would have had the time to really get into it in Sixth Form, with the other stuff that was going on in my life. Very happy to be doing it now though. I might add an AS in Further Maths onto it in time for doing the January exams.