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    The least stressful subjects would be Physics and Chemistry (they're taught together where I live).
    And the most enjoyable would be Maths (I somehow got to enjoy maths this year, haha...).
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    History because it was interesting but seriously does depend on what era you do.
    Also teachers mark practise questions as 80% is A 70% is B
    but in the real exam the boundaries are so low that 60% could be a B and 67% an A

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    Maths all the way!!
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    All of them!

    Economics - It's absolutely fascinating to unravel the processes of economic decision-making, and see how the decisions made by governments will affect us. Some of my friends tried to convince me not to do it 'because it'll be a boring A Level' and it's turned out to be hugely enjoyable.

    Politics - Almost on par with Geography, in fact, the BA Politics course at Leeds looks perfect and if I get an offer for Geography from there, I'm going to take a few Politics modules too. I really underestimated how much I'd enjoy it before AS, and now it's one of my favourite subjects. We've just started political philosophy and A2 will be fab.

    Geography - Always been my favourite, but Politics is not far behind it as said before. I've been fascinated by the weather since I was crawling, so learning the science behind it at AS was awesome. I found the AS syllabus to generally be quite limited, but A2 goes into so much more detail and there's more opportunity to use research and current affairs. A lot of our topics contain aspects of Politics too, so I'm effectively getting my two favourite subjects in one!

    Philosophy is interesting too, although I'm a little bit confused at the moment as all of the concepts are very new.
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    When i was doing my a-levels, my favourite was geography. I found it really interesting, then again, ive always wanted to find out about different parts of the world.
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    Maths is the most enjoyable. In Core 1 we're basically doing everything that I did in further maths last year, but I still enjoy it and my teachers are really good.
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    ive finished now but it was psychology
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    chemistry!
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Maths/Further maths, now I know they aren't 1 alevel technically but their almost identical, though I love the stuff you learn in FM, its so completely different to standard maths. Its the one lesson I can never get bored of even with a bad teacher
    That. Although my pure maths teacher is a legend, which also helps
 
 
 
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