Basically What do you think was the hardest science at GCSE and why and Also the same for A level?
i did triple for gcse and then did maths and triple sciences for alevel
chemistry is the hardest
then biology as there is a very large volume of sheer information to memorize
then maths and physics
obviously some people find maths and physics harder but i think overall, most people find chemistry the hardest,
In my opinion, which is all this could be, an opinion, I find biology the hardest. This is because I can understand a lot of chemistry and physics from almost basic principals and work from there whereas I find there is a lot of memorizing in biology at GCSE and A level.
I only did double science GCSE, I did chemistry and biology AS, physics A2.
I Think Chemistry at GCSE I hated it so boring then Biology then physics
Physics is the most difficult, chemistry is the easiest.
I think Chemistry is the hardest at A-level, closely followed by biology. At GCSE biology is the hardest.
Physics is by far the hardest one!
Biology, just because I dislike it so much
Good answer Just like any subject For e.g Maths English Science I think Overall English is the hardest so there must be a subject I find easier which is Maths
Well I've only done GCSE and although Biology was the easiest to understand, the exam style meant it was the hardest. My easiest according to GCSE score was Chemistry. My new AS Bio teacher today said that it is actually very hard - not the 'easy science' - due to volume of information and tricky questions in the exam. Yay.
Guess I'll know in March, hey?
biology is pot luck, depends on paper, extremely hard or extremely easy
physics is the easiest- because its interesting and well its way easier than m2
I did all three for A level and chemistry was easily the hardest, then physics then biology
Hardest for me at GCSE was biology.
Hardest at A-level is Physics by far.
Physics is the hardest by far. For people who say physics is easy, you haven't done "Turning points in physics" for A2 which includes Einstein's special and general relativity.