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    @HAnwar: i thought it was 4 too :s just went throught the alevels syllabus for 2015, its got a table there which says 3 papers for complete Alevels students. you can check too :s im confused now
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    Yeah I just checked it out. That's strange. A 105 marks for a paper is a lot if you can manage it.
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    (Original post by rise303)
    @HAnwar: i thought it was 4 too :s just went throught the alevels syllabus for 2015, its got a table there which says 3 papers for complete Alevels students. you can check too :s im confused now
    No it's 4. The 3 exam ones are for first teaching in September 2015.
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    What about Accounting as its related to Business than other subjects such as sociology.



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    (Original post by AzadRiaz96)
    What about Accounting as its related to Business than other subjects such as sociology.



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    What's the workload like in accounting?
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    what do you mean? i have to appear in 4 exams? how so?

    accounting is slightly realated to econ and buss, but the workload is ALOT. couldnt manage even if i studied 12 hours straight daily
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    http://www.cie.org.uk/images/128635-2015-syllabus.pdf it says nothing about 4 exams here :s
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    (Original post by rise303)
    what do you mean? i have to appear in 4 exams? how so?

    accounting is slightly realated to econ and buss, but the workload is ALOT. couldnt manage even if i studied 12 hours straight daily
    The new A-levels start next year.
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    either im really panicking or im retarted, not getting what youre trying to say. i checked the 2014 and 15 syllabus. it says "Cambridge International A Level candidates have two choices. Candidates who want to take the whole of the Cambridge International A Level qualification at the end of a course of study take all three paperstogether. Candidates who want to get the Cambridge International A Level qualification in two stages take
    the Cambridge International AS Level first. If they pass Cambridge International AS Level, they then only
    need to take Paper 3 in order to complete the Cambridge International A Level."
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    http://www.cie.org.uk/images/96592-2014-syllabus.pdf
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    (Original post by rise303)
    either im really panicking or im retarted, not getting what youre trying to say. i checked the 2014 and 15 syllabus. it says "Cambridge International A Level candidates have two choices. Candidates who want to take the whole of the Cambridge International A Level qualification at the end of a course of study take all three paperstogether. Candidates who want to get the Cambridge International A Level qualification in two stages take
    the Cambridge International AS Level first. If they pass Cambridge International AS Level, they then only
    need to take Paper 3 in order to complete the Cambridge International A Level."
    You are correct for Cambridge international A-level. I was checking the others as I didn't realise you were international.
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    ohh sorry bout that. and thanks everyone here sooo much. specially you morgan and HAnwar helping me figure out. Helped me loads!
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    (Original post by morgan8002)
    What's the workload like in accounting?
    Its reasonable, I've also studied Economics and its just a little more I'd say

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    No problem. Good luck with whichever subject you pick
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    (Original post by rise303)
    ohh sorry bout that. and thanks everyone here sooo much. specially you morgan and HAnwar helping me figure out. Helped me loads!
    You're welcome. I wish you luck with sociology or whichever subject you pick.
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    (Original post by rise303)
    hi, Im seriously screwed
    i've got 2 alevels done with C,B. i need a third one, and i need to do it it 3 months, will be appearing in this may/june session as a private candidate. Suggest me some full alevels subjects that are doable. Im aiming for a C, since i have no time.

    p.s: i know i've screwed, so i dont need anyone telling me. So if you cant give me some useful advice, dont bother posting here telling how im screwed.

    Thanks a million
    AQA Economics
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    (Original post by WhoDaresWins)
    AQA Economics
    They already have economics. Read the thread.
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    (Original post by morgan8002)
    They already have economics. Read the thread.
    Nah why don't you read the thread, I came here to answer the question.
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    Nah why don't you read the thread, I came here to answer the question.
    I have and you answered wrongly. They already have economics so your suggestion is pointless. If you have a good suggestion then by all means share it.
    Ps. I don't think they can do AQA anyway as they are international.
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    (Original post by morgan8002)
    I have and you answered wrongly. They already have economics so your suggestion is pointless. If you have a good suggestion then by all means share it.
    Physics (It's got loads of GCSE terms so it's easy)
 
 
 
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