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    (Original post by usycool1)
    If you click the "Edit" button in the bottom right of your post, there should be an option to delete your message that comes up.

    EDIT: Beaten :emo:


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    It's probably because I'm on my mobile...
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    Does anyone else want to do Further Maths for A Level? Like I'm no even scared haha

    And economics or philosophy??


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    Does anyone else want to do Further Maths for A Level? Like I'm no even scared haha

    And economics or philosophy??


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    I may take further maths, but am considering doing French instead...
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    Does anyone else want to do Further Maths for A Level? Like I'm no even scared haha

    And economics or philosophy??


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    I don't want to do Further Maths or Economics. However, I have been considering Philosophy (it's technically R.S at my school though so I think we do Philosophy and Ethics?) but I'm not really sure about it. Last year I was certain I would take it at AS but I'm not enjoying R.S this year
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    (Original post by kid_kangaroo)
    And economics or philosophy??
    I have taken Philosophy and Ethics, I intend to carry it to A2.
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    Does anyone do GCSE Computing? If, yes how do you find it? I find it is the most tedious subject and the most hardest subject! I can never be able to do good in exams. Also it is stupid that the 15 hour controlled assessment counts the same % towards final grade as the 2 hour practical.
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    (Original post by kid_kangaroo)
    Does anyone else want to do Further Maths for A Level? Like I'm no even scared haha

    And economics or philosophy??


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    I'm doing Further Maths and was thinking about Economics but chose not to do it in the end

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    Is anyone taking Physics?


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    (Original post by SampleX)
    Is anyone taking Physics?


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    For A-levels or GCSE (through triple Science)?


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    Sorry for the horrible grammar
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    (Original post by kid_kangaroo)
    Does anyone else want to do Further Maths for A Level? Like I'm no even scared haha

    And economics or philosophy??


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    Econ and Philosophy yeah, with Maths and Spanish
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    (Original post by SampleX)
    Is anyone taking Physics?


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    I am
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    Is anyone taking Physics?


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    I am
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    Guys as were picking A Level now could anyone help.... do you think Literature, RS (Philosophy modules), Politics A Levels and Art AS would be okay for law at a top uni with good grades? Will having a soft AS matter? And that they aren't varied??Confused


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    Me, r u??

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    (Original post by SampleX)
    Is anyone taking Physics?


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    Me, r u?

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    (Original post by SampleX)
    Is anyone taking Physics?


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    :yep:

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    (Original post by kiera28)
    Guys as were picking A Level now could anyone help.... do you think Literature, RS (Philosophy modules), Politics A Levels and Art AS would be okay for law at a top uni with good grades? Will having a soft AS matter? And that they aren't varied??Confused


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    Hi there, I'm in a similar boat with my options. I'm not sure about law but I think those options show a very well rounded individual and the politics is a good choice for law. And in terms of soft subjects, I'm doing music to AS and I don't think that universities particularly mind about it - but then again, I'm not sure how competitive law is.

    Sorry if this is the most unhelpful answer ever but the upshot is, I'm aiming for Cambridge with similar options to yours (Chinese, Philosophy and Ethics, English Language and AS Music) so I hope we'll be fine.

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    Where ma language A-level buddies at
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    *Jumps into thread*

    Helloooo guys I am so stressed about my A-Level options. I have chosen Chemistry, Physics, Maths and Spanish. Spanish is by far my strongest subject (A*). I am doing double science so ofc during the hols I will have to (panic about results) bridge the gap between the unit I missed. I still have time to change and I am thinking about changing chem to pyschology.

    I am really stressed because the state school in which I go to, is really good but not many people will achieve A-A* grades at AS/A levels (Around 20%). From the stories of past students, a lot of people have failed (gotten E's) in physics and maths and these are some of the smartest students in my school.

    I am so panicked that I will fail physics and maths if I take them, my physics is amazing and I really am interested in the study of physics (And maths kinda). Unfortunately my maths grade is atmo b/a.

    I need to focus on revising but i AM SO worried and stressed and ugh and life and ugh and ugh and ugh and ugh and ugh and ugh *cries forever*
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    *Jumps into thread*

    Helloooo guys I am so stressed about my A-Level options. I have chosen Chemistry, Physics, Maths and Spanish. Spanish is by far my strongest subject (A*). I am doing double science so ofc during the hols I will have to (panic about results) bridge the gap between the unit I missed. I still have time to change and I am thinking about changing chem to pyschology.

    I am really stressed because the state school in which I go to, is really good but not many people will achieve A-A* grades at AS/A levels (Around 20%). From the stories of past students, a lot of people have failed (gotten E's) in physics and maths and these are some of the smartest students in my school.

    I am so panicked that I will fail physics and maths if I take them, my physics is amazing and I really am interested in the study of physics (And maths kinda). Unfortunately my maths grade is atmo b/a.

    I need to focus on revising but i AM SO worried and stressed and ugh and life and ugh and ugh and ugh and ugh and ugh and ugh *cries forever*
    Its harsh but the people who got Es probably did not try very hard. Even if you have a bad teacher, you can self teach a lot of maths. If you try hard you should be fine

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