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    Combination 1:
    HL Chemistry, Biology, Business
    SL Maths, English A, Chinese A

    Combination 2:
    HL Philosophy, Biology, Business
    SL Maths Studies, English A, Chinese A
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    The first one
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    Honestly depends on your strengths. I'd personally find philosophy much harder than chemistry since I'm a maths/science oriented student. So for me the second combination would be harder (except maths studies would be piss easy).

    However, I'd say the first combination is harder objectively.
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    Definitely the first one.. just because its got chemistry at HL which is really difficult
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    maths studies is easier than SL maths, Philosophy HL is relatively easy whereas HL chemistry is really intense so I would say definitely option 1 is harder
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    is this combination to hard?



    HL: Biology; Phisics; Maths
    SL: Portuguese self taught; chinese ab; business and management
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    Is this combination to hard ??????


    HL biology, phisics, mathematics
    SL portuguese, Chinese A , Business and management
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    First one because of HL chem and SL maths.. but then again I hear philosophy can be hard
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    (Original post by lpc)
    Is this combination to hard ??????


    HL biology, phisics, mathematics
    SL portuguese, Chinese A , Business and management
    HL physics and maths!!! hell yes its hard
 
 
 
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