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    Well, I don't really understand groups of subjects. Pleaze tell me more details what subjects in each group and what the purpose to group them? :confused:
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    Do you mean the grouping of subjects on timetables e.g. Block 1 - English, maths, chem; Block 2 - Geog, biology, media ... etc?
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    (Original post by -Sian-)
    Do you mean the grouping of subjects on timetables e.g. Block 1 - English, maths, chem; Block 2 - Geog, biology, media ... etc?
    If you mean these blocks, then the purpose to block them is that each block has a place in the timetable, everything in block 1 has lessons at the same time etc.

    So you must pick 1 AS subject from each block.
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    Maybe she means groups of subjects that go well together, like:

    Maths, Physics, Chemistry

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    English, French, History.
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    If you're on about the different types of subjects, in terms of Arts and Sciences here's what I think belongs in each one:

    Sciences
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    Maths (The Queen of the Sciences)
    Physics
    Chemistry
    Biology
    Computer Science

    Arts
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    History
    English
    Religion
    Philosophy
    Business Studies
    Art (duh...)
    Law
    Media Studies
    Sociology
    Political Science (strangely enough)

    The ones I'm not sure about are:
    Geography
    Psychology
    IT

    It differs per person, some think they're sciences, some don't, I personally I think it should be, it clearly doesn't have as much scientific basis as the core 4 sciences but they're a science none-the-less.
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    DOS

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    Media
    Photography
    Theatre Studies










    Just Joking, hope no ones offended
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    Psychology and Geography are classed as science subjects, not sure about IT
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    (Original post by sokas)
    Psychology and Geography are classed as science subjects, not sure about IT
    Yeah, social sciences. :rolleyes:
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    Sciences: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geology, Electronics, Archaeology, Maths, Geography (Physical), Environmental Science, Computing,

    Arts: History, English, Languages, Art, Music, Film Studies, History of Art, Relgious Studies, Philosophy, Drama, Photography

    Social Sciences: Psychology, Sociology, Politics, Economics, Law, Geography (Human),
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    In Uk, do people arrange Physics, Chemistry and Biology in one group? And I've also heard about the Mathematic group of A level subject, which including Statistics, Accounting, Maths. Are there 9 groups of A-level subjects like that?
 
 
 

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