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    Hello
    for A Levels I think I am doing

    Maths
    Economics
    Spanish
    Chemistry (just up to AS)

    Do you think these options are too difficult and too much work?
    If you have done any of them, what are your opinions?

    Also, what is involved in Salters Chemistry course, which is similar to GCSE?
    And what is involved OCR maths?

    THANKS FOR ANY HELP!!
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    Hi, I do those A Levels except for Economics and I don't think the workload would be a problem.
    I really enjoy Spanish :P and I think maths and chemistry are challenging so you have to put some effort into them.

    Sorry I don't know about Salters AS Chemistry and OCR maths.
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    Well it depends if you are clever or not? And how much work you would be willing to put into them?
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    There is a big leap from GCSE chem to As level, however it is very interesting and not to difficult. Past papers and keeping up with the workload are paramount.
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    (Original post by max25)
    Hello
    for A Levels I think I am doing

    Maths
    Economics
    Spanish
    Chemistry (just up to AS)

    Do you think these options are too difficult and too much work?
    If you have done any of them, what are your opinions?

    Also, what is involved in Salters Chemistry course, which is similar to GCSE?
    And what is involved OCR maths?

    THANKS FOR ANY HELP!!
    Don't worry about how hard they'll be - as long as you enjoy the subjects, that's all that matters! I wish I'd been able to study Spainish
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    I do maths and Spanish, and to do Spanish you just have to be hard working really, obviously there's some ability involved but it's mainly commitment. As for maths, you just have to get it; all the revision/practice in the world won't help you if you can't instinctively "get it". Good luck though!
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    sounds like a fantastic combination, what are your GCSE grades?
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    (Original post by tateco)
    sounds like a fantastic combination, what are your GCSE grades?
    Maths A*
    Spanish A*
    Chemistry A*

    Never done economics!!

    Biology A*
    Physics A*
    Textiles A*
    Statistics A*
    R.S A*
    French A*
    ICT A*
    English A
    History A
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    (Original post by max25)
    Maths A*
    Spanish A*
    Chemistry A*

    Never done economics!!

    Biology A*
    Physics A*
    Textiles A*
    Statistics A*
    R.S A*
    French A*
    ICT A*
    English A
    History A
    You'll cope fine!

    I'm doing Economics, Maths, Chem, Bio and got slightly worse GCSE's than you, and I'm predicted 4 A's in my AS'. Economics is amazing, you'll love it!
 
 
 
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