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    I just want to have a feel for the work load within each particular subject I have chosen.
    Also, as a year 11 student with only 6 months left of school, would you recommend reading books associated with my subjects in order to gain knowledge of the course to lay me in a good position for my year 12 studies???
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    (Original post by iwantsuccess)
    I just want to have a feel for the work load within each particular subject I have chosen.
    Also, as a year 11 student with only 6 months left of school, would you recommend reading books associated with my subjects in order to gain knowledge of the course to lay me in a good position for my year 12 studies???
    Yes, I am doing the exact thing you have mentioned. For example, I have borrowed Physics AS and Maths C1 books. I try to read a couple of pages a day and try to understand the content. Do this over summer. When you come back it will give you a huge advantage and concepts will be easier to understand the second time around. Good luck! Out of curiosity, what subjects are you choosing next year?
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    Are you bengali out of curiousity?
    I'm planning on studying English Literature, History, Governement and Politics and Economics hopefully, yourself?
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    (Original post by iwantsuccess)
    Are you bengali out of curiousity?
    I'm planning on studying English Literature, History, Governement and Politics and Economics hopefully, yourself?
    Excellent A-Level choices. In fact, I do them myself, but with Mathematics as a fifth A-Level.
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    (Original post by iwantsuccess)
    I just want to have a feel for the work load within each particular subject I have chosen.
    Also, as a year 11 student with only 6 months left of school, would you recommend reading books associated with my subjects in order to gain knowledge of the course to lay me in a good position for my year 12 studies???
    You should buy a couple of books from Amazon, just to get a firm grasp of what you're going to be facing (I did this in year 11 and it's made my A-Levels quite that bit easier!)
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    You can always have a look at the A Level revision sites
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    See my sig for some subjects & a general search engine for a level subjects I found were good.
    You can also read through the specification ,found on exam board s websites... If you really want a head start.
    Good luck.
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    (Original post by iwantsuccess)
    Are you bengali out of curiousity?
    I'm planning on studying English Literature, History, Governement and Politics and Economics hopefully, yourself?
    Nope, not Bengali :eek:

    I'm planning on doing Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry. Maybe do Biology as well
 
 
 
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