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How many students on average are in your classes at A Level watch

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    Mine are average

    History: 23
    Economics: 10-15 (as some are only retaking Unit three so only need to be in 2 lessons a week)
    Eng Lit: 15
    Gov & Pol: 16
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    My class sizes range from 4 to about 20 (We have a huge sixth form - 450 people in yr 12 + 13)
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    IT=16
    Business= almost 30
    History=4
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    Maths: 17
    Chemistry: 13
    Physics: 8
    English Literature: 15
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    Biology - 8
    Chemistry - 8
    German - 2
    History - 3
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    Maths - 9
    Chemistry - 13
    Biology - 16
    French - 10
    Critical Thinking - 25?!

    I guess that's kind of average...
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    All mine are about 18-22 people.
    But with people no bothering to show up for some lessons
    it goes lower.
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    8 in Spanish
    By myself in Government and Politics this year
    5 in Math

    But its a small private school
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    (Original post by dk9)
    Question's in the title.
    Hmmm, well when I was in Sixth Form, there were generally about 20 people in my classes. I was in a really large Sixth Form.
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    I go to a very small sixth form(about 40-50 students) but all of my classes have 20+ people in em. I'm a bit pissed off.
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    (Original post by Dystopia)
    Yeah, same.

    Maths: 25
    Further Maths: 23
    Physics: 16
    Chemistry: 20

    I'm not totally sure, but they're approximately correct.
    You're Maths and Further Maths are different? Or are you doing FP1 alongside C1 with those studying single Maths? :confused:
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    (Original post by calcium878)
    You're Maths and Further Maths are different? Or are you doing FP1 alongside C1 with those studying single Maths? :confused:
    That's right. I think it might be because we're doing the AQA syllabus, where there isn't so much overlap between FP1 and the Core modules. My Maths class is actually made up of everyone in my Further Maths class, and a couple of extra people who chose to do M1 and M2 instead of other applied modules.
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    Chemistry: 31
    Biology: 25
    ICT: 29
    Psychology: 30

    Its nuts :/
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    A2 +AS History-8
    AS Literature-20
    A2 Literature- 14ish
    A2 Law- Lol started 25 ended up about 13
    Intensive economics- 24ish
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    My AS classes:
    - Biology = 7
    - Chemistry = 11
    - History = 6
    - Politics = started as 9 then reduced to 7

    My A2 classes:
    - Chemistry = 9
    - History = 5
    - Politics = 5

    There were bigger classes I just happened to end up in all the small ones.
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    these are all for A2 level but they were roughly the same for AS as well:
    History:11
    Sociology:11
    Art:7
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    I had around 10 in our English class but how many turned up is a different matter:p:
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    Economics ---> 25-30
    Further Maths ---> 19
    Physics --> 17
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    Small school:
    Biology 4
    Chemistry 5
    Maths 3
    -Stats 2
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    English: 12 (too big i think)
    French: 7
    History: 11

    Last year I had 8 in the english class, 12 in history, 15 in french and 9 in maths.
 
 
 

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