Vote - Most Challenging A Level Subject Watch
I'm taking english lit, history, art, gen. stud. and sports science and this year the most challenging has got to be history. I just found it very hard to adjust to after finishing GCSE. Also english has proved difficult, but only the exam, I didn't find the actual course anywhere as near difficult as the exam. I think it's because I get distracted because they keep asking you to comment on language and imagery and, obviously, you're far too busy trying to put up an argument to worry about that.
Arts tend to require more work before you actually take them, like with music you need to already play an instrument well and be able to do the theory, once you've got that, which you should have already than it's alright
which is why it pisses me off that's it not even on that list.
What subject, despite being taught all during school years from infants to end of GCSE's proved the most difficult to learn, understand and get a top grade in?
I would hazard an educated guess at Maths!
Is this why it was omitted from the list on the poll options?
However - i dont do sciences so for all i know, its easy compared to chemistry or someting lol
statistically speaking however, i believe chemistry is supposed to be the hardest. But what might be challenging for one person might be easy for another.
Why isn't there maths on the poll?
E.g. if someone from Germany (and lived in Germany), did A level German, thye would find it easy.
BTW, in Hong Kong I heard some students in year 10 could get 80% on Chinese Alevel (dunno whether it is AS/A2).