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    Is Sociology an easy A Level, and if yes how easy is it compared to medicine?
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    (Original post by Aleenaa)
    Is Sociology an easy A Level, and if yes how easy is it compared to medicine?
    I found Sociology easy but I enjoy writing and I'm interested in current affairs and history.

    If you're interested in politics and up on current affairs, I think it's easy to blag at least a B, as it's a subject which allows creativity in exams and you can write quite broadly on already broad topics such as education and family...
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    I found Sociology easy but I enjoy writing and I'm interested in current affairs and history.

    If you're interested in politics and up on current affairs, I think it's easy to blag at least a B, as it's a subject which allows creativity in exams and you can write quite broadly on already broad topics such as education and family...
    I got a B in english language and I don't feel confident with english at all, do you think I should still do it?
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    (Original post by Aleenaa)
    Is Sociology an easy A Level, and if yes how easy is it compared to medicine?
    My friend found it really easy and got As. But that's only because he really enjoyed it, don't do a subject because it's easy, many people at my college thinking that and got **** grades below Cs some got Es and Us.

    If you can find yourself reading about it and studying it then do it. A subject is only easy if you've got the drive, passion and willingness to study it over something else.
    I went to college wanting to do business as my main subject, found it really boring and hard to revise for but excelled at English and Politics, because I found them more interesting.
 
 
 
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