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    (Original post by Novascope)
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    psychology... grade boundaries are just so low and I don't know why but yeh its basically a memory test of how many studies you know...

    (Original post by mercuryman)
    psychology if you have the correct resources from the beginning.
    how.... i am doing psychology and as i don´t have god writing essay skills, i am finding it hard i think to change it to statistics a level, do you know if statistics is a good a level or psychology is better i am doing chemistry biology and level 3 maths too

    This is honestly such a subjective topic. I could say I find philosophy easy, however philosophy could be a biologists worst nightmare. Personally, I do english lit, history, philosophy and politics. I find politics the easiest because the skills needed for the exam aren't too demanding and I'm already interested in politics so finding examples is quite easy. I would say that history is such a big jump from GCSE and the work load is huge that it couldn't be considered easy, but if you have a mature writing style already and read well then English Liferature would possibly be quite easy for you as the skills are similar to GCSE you just have to dig deeper. Philosophy exam techniques are easy but the content is quite difficult to grasp, I couldn't recommend philosophy as an easy a level as it is very complex, hence why the exam is so much longer because it's all about thinking. I have friends that to RS at A level and find that relatively easy, but no a levels are really 'easy'. An A* at GCSE is a U at a level; you need to work hard and enjoy any A level choice to ease into it.
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