Maths and physics are hard a levels. I'd say, if you want to get a B for A Level, you'd at least need an A at GCSE.(Original post by DanF2000)
I'm waiting for the GCSE Results Day and I'm wondering if I should change 2 of my A Level subjects depending on what I get in some subjects in my GCSEs. The A Level subjects I've chosen are Business Studies, Statistics, Media Studies and Applied Science. I thought that if I get a B or A in Maths and my Sciences overall, I'll change the Applied Science and/or Statistics to Maths/Physics because I'm planning on working in the computer game industry in the future. Should I make this change if I do get those grades in maths and science? Thanks!
Your other A Levels are fairly weak. Change Buisness for economics for sure.
Should I change my A Level subjects? Watch
- 19-08-2016 18:42
- 21-08-2016 22:06
Regardless of your grades still stick with applied science you get a taste of every science instead of one
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- 25-08-2016 14:39
So here are my GCSE Results:
Spanish - C
Maths - C
English Language - C
Geography - C
Additional Science - B
Food Tech - B
From this, should I change my A Level subjects?