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    i regret picking it but i need it
    what are you planning to do after a levels tho
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    I'm 17 and I'm doing Chemistry (OCR A), Physics(AQA), Biology(AQA), Maths(Edexcel) and Further Maths for A levels. I'm looking to do Physics at Oxford/Imperial/UCL / Warwick
    Anyone doing the same / similar A levels as me?
    I do Maths, FM, Physics and CS so i do 3 same as u
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    (Original post by student004)
    what are you planning to do after a levels tho
    Neurology, you?
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    I'm literally doing none of your A levels but I am 17 and I am doing A levels!!😄
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    Hey. :hi:
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    (Original post by hamza772000)
    I do Maths, FM, Physics and CS so i do 3 same as u
    what exam boards?
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    (Original post by student004)
    what exam boards?
    OCR MEI for Maths and FM and OCR for Physics
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    (Original post by Rohit_Rocks10)
    I share physics, chemistry and maths with you
    what exam boards?
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    (Original post by hamza772000)
    OCR MEI for Maths and FM and OCR for Physics
    isnt OCR hard for Maths ?
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    (Original post by alkaline.)
    maths is the hardest in that you have to do ALOT of work for very little return.
    chemistry is the funnest
    biology is not that difficult in terms of understanding but there's alot of content.
    Haha I would personally disagree with this! I found Chemistry the hardest, but maths the easiest and I definitely put in a lot less work for maths and got a marginally higher mark in the AS (98% vs. 95%)
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    Hey. :hi:
    hiii:hello::hugs:
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    (Original post by student004)
    what exam boards?
    All CIE
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    isnt OCR hard for Maths ?
    Idk about OCR but im pretty sure OCR MEI is the hardest board :////
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    Damn OCR MEI maths a level? Crazy
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    (Original post by student004)
    Your pp is cute !
    Thank you!!!

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    What kind of work experience did you do and how much did you study per week??
    Also, work experience wise - none related to physics, I did maths / physics summer courses instead, which were a lot more useful. I did an Ogden Trust organised residential at Cambridge where we were taught the first year quantum mechanics module (which was fantastic!), and a UKMT summer school at Oxford which I got on off the maths olympiads. But yeah, I'd really really really recommend applying for summer schools etc They definitely helped my ucas application, plus they were so much fun!

    Study per week - depends how near exams it was haha! I worked very hard for my exams, but not that hard for the first term / two terms or years 12 and 13 (kind of coasted at a high B, mid A, and brought it up to high A in the ASs / A* in the A2s nearer exams )
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    (Original post by hamza772000)
    Idk about OCR but im pretty sure OCR MEI is the hardest board :////
    True good luck
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    (Original post by student004)
    isnt OCR hard for Maths ?
    I did OCR maths, can confirm!
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    True good luck
    You too, how's Edexcel?
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    Thank you!!!



    Also, work experience wise - none related to physics, I did maths / physics summer courses instead, which were a lot more useful. I did an Ogden Trust organised residential at Cambridge where we were taught the first year quantum mechanics module (which was fantastic!), and a UKMT summer school at Oxford which I got on off the maths olympiads. But yeah, I'd really really really recommend applying for summer schools etc They definitely helped my ucas application, plus they were so much fun!

    Study per week - depends how near exams it was haha! I worked very hard for my exams, but not that hard for the first term / two terms or years 12 and 13 (kind of coasted at a high B, mid A, and brought it up to high A in the ASs / A* in the A2s nearer exams )
    Thank you
 
 
 
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