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    (Original post by Dylann)
    Using this part of the website and AS statistics it's 137, compared to the 6k+ further maths and 39k+ normal maths. Still not that popular in comparison.

    I agree with the rest of your post.
    You could fill an exam hall with those students.

    These stats are really interesting. I do wonder what happened to the five guys who failed to get an E.
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    (Original post by jake4198)
    Hard
    Further Maths
    Chemistry
    Physics
    Languages

    Hard Medium
    Maths
    Biology
    History
    Literature

    Medium
    Religious Studies
    Economics
    English language

    Soft Medium
    Sociology
    Psychology
    Geography

    Soft
    IT
    Business
    PE
    Law
    Media
    Would've had Geography nearer the high end personally, Psychology as well. I agree with your others though.
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    What about politics/anthropology/archaeology/philosophy? ????

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    All one category; people have different strengths.
 
 
 
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