Hardest A Level Science????Watch
I hate just remembering facts, i'd much rather be able to understand and remember how to do something so I could deal with whatever came up in the exams as opposed to just having to remember lots of facts and conditions and if and buts etc.
I found chemistry severe...the organic chemistry is a kiler!
I've been finding biology ok, it don't love the subject but I don't really find it that hard, yet my friend who is hoping to get an A* in chemistry is really hoping she can get a B in biology.
I always think it's like this (I'm not sure about physics)
The content in chemistry is very quite difficult to grasp, learn and understand. However, if you know and understand the content, in the exam you will be fine.
However the biology content is easy, yes it's a fair bit to learn, but it doesn't take that much. However the tricky bit is the actually exam questions, you can completely understand the content but some of the questions are just like... what the ****...?
If you study Mathematics with Mechanics modules and at Further Mathematics, alot of it is essentially the content in Physics. Chemistry is the hardest A-Level, Ali Moen Nawzish who holds the Guiness World Record for the most A grades in A-Levels, had a B grade in Chemistry. Which proves that it is the hardest Science A-Level. Biology is not too difficult, although alot of memorising....Physics is very easy if you study Maths Mechanics modules. Chemistry however has a huge number of topics, it is also one of the most respected subjects by admissions tutors for all kinds of degrees.
Not on AQA then, this Ali Nawzish fella. Biology is ridiculous, the exams are a game of guess! Chemistry is eeeeeeeeasy if you understand it
It shows that Chemistry and Further Maths are probably the two most challenging A-Level subjects.