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    Sociology. Piece of piss.
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    (Original post by tehsponge)
    LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOL.
    Its a shame most people think that way. Makes me want to smash my head against my ****ing meter thick sketchbook.
    :confused:

    Art is a difficult subject, if you can't draw. But it's not really academic, is it?
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    (Original post by flume)
    Apparently R.E., lots of people consider Sociology to be a doss but it's really not as easy as people make it out to be.
    It depends with RS. I know one exam is where you just learn a pre-written essay and rewrite it in the exam. But the philosophy side in it is apparently quite difficult. I certainly wouldn't say it's a doss subject that you can get away with not preparing for. That said, if you revise well for it, you can probably do well regardless of intelligence.
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    (Original post by Rascacielos)
    :confused:

    Art is a difficult subject, if you can't draw. But it's not really academic, is it?
    No, whether you can draw or not doesn't matter that much in Art. It isn't academic but that doesn't mean its easy.
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    (Original post by Rascacielos)
    :confused:

    Art is a difficult subject, if you can't draw. But it's not really academic, is it?
    I agree-I'd always maintain that I would get a "U" at Art, and therefore it'd be a difficult subject for me. But it's like Sports Studies in that if you aren't good at Sport, you'll find the practical section near impossible.
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    (Original post by Blackberry rocks)
    English language is not respected by most universities.
    English Literature or English Language and Literature are, being the former the most respected.
    Utter ********.

    Don't make assertions that are clearly not true.
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    (Original post by Kaykiie)
    Utter ********.

    Don't make assertions that are clearly not true.
    EDIT: some
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    Providing you do Further Maths, Maths.
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    General Studies!
    At my college we were just put in for the exam without studying anything at all. Just have to read and answer.
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    From what I studied id say Sociology was my easiest A Level, but Iv'e heard those vocational A Levles In Travel/Leisure and Tourism are Pretty easy lol
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    This is a very controversial question to ask based on the fact it is different for every person.
    In my opinion Maths is by far the easiest A level, but I am sure that many will disagree.
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    (Original post by RamsFanNo1)
    This is a very controversial question to ask based on the fact it is different for every person.
    In my opinion Maths is by far the easiest A level, but I am sure that many will disagree.

    (Original post by Blackberry rocks)
    What's the easiest A-level to learn in a short period of time? And how many days/weeks approximately?

    Thanks
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    What you find easy, others may not.
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    If you are a first language english speaker, I would say the english language..not english lit!
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    (Original post by KingMessi)
    I agree-I'd always maintain that I would get a "U" at Art, and therefore it'd be a difficult subject for me. But it's like Sports Studies in that if you aren't good at Sport, you'll find the practical section near impossible.
    Yes, exactly. I'd also fail an Art exam.
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    I don't think there is an 'easy' A-level.
 
 
 
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