Is there a big step up between A levels and Uni?
I am struggling a little at A level and I am considering going to Uni, however if it is a LOT harder at Uni then I am worried that I will struggle!
I was struggling at uni and am currently heading for a 2:1 in law. At uni your focusing on what you want to study alot more which you will find easier. I enjoy law so i dont mind doing extra reading. If you dont do much work its not to hard to get a 3rd as long as you roughly no what your talking about - if that helps
Since many people have asked what I want to do, it will be an undergraduate degree in sport (although I am not certain which area of sport at the moment).
I don't think its harder as in the material you are taught although that will vary depending on the subject but I think what some people struggle with is the independent learning and the change from classroom teaching to lecture hall approach.
But assuming you enjoy the subject, have a career in mind and actually want to pass then doing the extra work on your own shouldn't be a problem.
I'm glad you asked this question OP,as I've been worrying about it too.I have a real issue with time management and sometimes find elements of my courses now quite difficult,so worry how difficult university may be.