Rank your A-levels in order of difficultyWatch this thread
But I've only been studying them for a few months. I also struggled with Maths at the start because I did no Maths for the whole of Year 11, so it's taking a little while to get back into the swing of it.
Psychology - loads of cases and random info to remember, and I didn't find it that interesting so I struggled to force myself to memorise it.
Chemistry - Big jump from GCSE, from what I remember. Not too difficult, though, really, just slightly harder than bio/maths.
Biology - Not really difficult either.
Maths - Easiest by far, because I found it the most enjoyable.
With one being the hardest.
Philosophy - All new concepts.
Maths - Enjoyable so makes it easier
French- je ne suis pas forte en francais..
English lit- only easy because i lovve it!
Sociology- The sociology paper kinda took the mick...it was really easy questions.
1. Physics SL
2. French HL
3. History SL
4. English HL
5. Maths HL
6. Music SL
Physics is mindboggling, there's just so much to remember in French and History, English and Maths are challenging but I enjoy them and Music is easy and fun
1) Further Maths
Going well though.
tbh, i'm finding these no trouble reeli except physics :/
Edit: Why the neg rep? This is about difficulty to the individual student, not which is the best or anything... -.-
2) Further maths
(I would tie physics and further maths first but I think physics just edges FM)
Tbh, I'd tie maths and French too but maths requires a bit more effort than French. I probably find French and maths easy because they are my 2 favourite subjects.
Biology: Sheer mass of content.
Chemistry: Logical and straightforward.
Maths: as above
Economics: the real exam is tricky and the textbook is crap, but we've got a brilliant teacher
French (somewhat similar to Spanish): crap teacher
Spanish (first language)
CIE Thinking Skills (Critical Thinking + Problem Solving)