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    (Original post by loveireandblog)
    You'll be fine. Stay away from history. (Language is super easy idk why people keep saying stay away??)
    Because they are very hard
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    lets put it this way, the amount of effort you put in for 10 GCSE or how ever many you're doing, a levels require A LOT more even though your just doing 3 subjects. Do not, whatever you want to do pick chemistry it is the most difficult subject to understand and interpret.
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    It's a joke.
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    As hard as you make them. Just keep up with all of your subjects and you should be fine!
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    Because they are very hard
    They are extremely easy. 80% of people who take Spanish AQA get an A*. Saw this on their website.
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    (Original post by alevez2ez)
    They are extremely easy. 80% of people who take Spanish AQA get an A*. Saw this on their website.
    I dont do spanish , maybe thats why it's easy for you?
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    I dont do spanish , maybe thats why it's easy?
    I guess you do not do any science subjects.
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    (Original post by alevez2ez)
    I guess you do not do any science subjects.
    Maybe i do every science subject?
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    Maybe i do every science subject?
    If you did you wouldn't be saying Language are the hardest subjects so you obviously don't.
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    (Original post by alevez2ez)
    If you did you wouldn't be saying Language are the hardest subjects so you obviously don't.
    When did i say language are the hardest subjects? What the hell are you talking? Im just saying a levels are hard in general
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    If thousands of people can get A/A*s in the country how is it hard.
    the people that don't don't work enough, how can A levels be hard when questions are about what you have learnt, or what is in the textbook/markcheme. there are no surprise questions its about the syllabus. not hard at all just put enough hours into revision.
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    (Original post by alevez2ez)
    If you did you wouldn't be saying Language are the hardest subjects so you obviously don't.
    Where have you disappeared?
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    (Original post by Wan Hury)
    Wagwan. I was wondering if I could get some honest feedback of how life is like whilst studying for your A-levels. I'm starting them in September (hopefully) and I wanted to know what people think of it. I already know it's one of the toughest things anyone could ever do, but other than that, is there anything else? Thanks
    I didn't find there was a large jump in difficulty from GCSE to A-Level. The real step-up is university. That's what I've found anyway.
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    TBH, I didn't find the jump from GCSE to AS that difficult. Found AS to A2 a lot harder esp combined with uni crap and personal statements you have to sort out
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    (Original post by harun_farah)
    Your not a road man why you saying wagwan?????
    But nah they're hard. But if you work hard you'll be fine. IF YOURE STUCK ASK FOR HELP DNT SUFFER AND GO INTO AN EXAM STILL CONFUSED OTHERWISEGTRSBFSJN

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    if you want a midlife crisis at 18 do alevels mate
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    (Original post by humzah10)
    if you want a midlife crisis at 18 do alevels mate
    LOL, It is really hard though, I had to do a mock exam question for English Literature and it was really, really hard.
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    (Original post by alevelhelp97)
    you'll be fine as long as you dont take english lol
    is english a level really hard?
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    (Original post by Alevelhelp97)
    You'll be fine as long as you dont take english lol
    Omfg I want to take English literature WHY???
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    Because they are very hard
    Did I dispute that? They really are. I'm saying "you'll be fine" aka don't be scared off and Language is being made out by many to be one of the hardest which is plain weird imo. All personal perspective being given for them to make their own decision, god. But ty for personally telling me a levels are hard like I don't know that lmaoo
 
 
 
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