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(Original post by Iggy Azalea)
OUI! SÍ! JA!

Sense < Language

Senses came first. But language made them so much more advanced, plus enable us to communicate.

And of course, there is the idea that reality is purely an illusion. But I don't think it would be best that we venture down that route.

There would be no education without a language to communicate in.

How are we taught maths for example? Even numbers and symbols are part of our language.

We don't need language. I know what to do with an apple because I have seen it before and seen what people do with it. I don't need to know that object is called an apple.

Education can be taught without language, you teach by showing movies and students draw out what they remember. It makes it harder, but its effectively representing language.

I'm sorry, i'm usually not rude, but you are deluded in this mater. You'll be surprised the amount of research i've done in this area of cognitive psychology. How you claim language is greater than the senses shocks me.


LANGUAGE HAS NO MEANING WITHOUT THE SENSES!!! JHEEZ!!
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Put these 6 A-Levels in order from most respected to least respected:

Psychology
Biology
Sociology
History
Media Studies
Music
History
Biology
Psychology
Music
Sociology
Media Studies
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(Original post by Iggy Azalea)
:smug: You're so sweet.
Ignore him. He insulted me on one of my other threads too, so I'm positive that he's an ********.
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History
Biology
Music
Psychology
Sociology
Media Studies

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Most respected A Level in Further Maths....
everything else bows down to this god.
Undeservingly so. Its not even challenging.

Most respected should be Additional Further Maths or Chemistry/Physics
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(Original post by Iggy Azalea)
Music
Biology
History
Psychology
Media Studies
Sociology.
Whilst I personally don't agree with your ranking of Music first, I do hear where you're coming from. Where would the world be without Music?
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Undeservingly so. Its not even challenging.

Most respected should be Additional Further Maths or Chemistry/Physics

Let's be real here, the hardest stuff known to mankind at A level is...

M3, M4 and M5

Make that into an A Level and no one can say anything.
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(Original post by KingStannis)
History
Biology

music
psycology


sociology



media studies

Bang on
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Have you made a mistake or something?
Hmmmm... Nah, I think sociology is so deep. And it links with economics

Biology is a load of ****, until you get into biochemistry where it turns amazing
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Let's be real here, the hardest stuff known to mankind at A level is...

M3, M4 and M5

Make that into an A Level and no one can say anything.
That would form additional further maths. And regardless i disagree.

Do maths on a real exam board (MEI is agreed to be the best) and youll find FP3 and S4 are the challenging modules.

On every other board FP3 is a doss and only normal OCR also has a challenging S4. On edexcel yes m4-5 are hardest...but MEI is of same difficulty and even then they have harder modules.

Everything in MEI S4 is taken from 1st/2nd yeat university courses and questions are pitched at that difficulty

MEIbFP3 is also undergrad stuff that other boards dont do but the exam questions are not uni difficulty.
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(Original post by Mareghand)
We don't need language. I know what to do with an apple because I have seen it before and seen what people do with it. I don't need to know that object is called an apple.

Education can be taught without language, you teach by showing movies and students draw out what they remember. It makes it harder, but its effectively representing language.

I'm sorry, i'm usually not rude, but you are deluded in this mater. You'll be surprised the amount of research i've done in this area of cognitive psychology. How you claim language is greater than the senses shocks me.


LANGUAGE HAS NO MEANING WITHOUT THE SENSES!!! JHEEZ!!
Yes you could watch a movie, but you would have needed to know a language in order to develop a movie. Even then, how would you know if someone has fully learnt something if you could not communicate with them? They could draw it out, but only from memory and still not have a real clue. The drawings could also be ambiguous and a student would have to use language to define things.

I'm essentially trying to push your thinking, doing research is fair but it does not mean you know something inside out. Just chillax. It's only TSR.

If it's really stressing you out, let's end it there, if that suits you?
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LOGIC.
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History
Biology
Psychology
Music
Sociology
Media Studies

(a BTEC in watching paint dry is somewhere between music and sociology)
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(Original post by Mareghand)
Let's be real here, the hardest stuff known to mankind at A level is...

M3, M4 and M5

Make that into an A Level and no one can say anything.
The OP didn't list Geography as an option to rank
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History = Biology depends what degree really
Music
Psychology
Sociology


Media Studies
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(Original post by Iggy Azalea)
Yes you could watch a movie, but you would have needed to know a language in order to develop a movie. Even then, how would you know if someone has fully learnt something if you could not communicate with them? They could draw it out, but only from memory and still not have a real clue. The drawings could also be ambiguous and a student would have to use language to define things.

I'm essentially trying to push your thinking, doing research is fair but it does not mean you know something inside out. Just chillax. It's only TSR.

If it's really stressing you out, let's end it there, if that suits you?
READ....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anomic_aphasia
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Hmmmm... Nah, I think sociology is so deep. And it links with economics

Biology is a load of ****, until you get into biochemistry where it turns amazing
Psychology is very very deep too. I'm guessing deeper than Sociology.
Also Biology is a fundamental subject. I'm not a fan of it but still respect it...​ish.
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Biology
History
Psychology
Music
Sociology
Media Studies
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(Original post by KettleMan)
Put these 6 A-Levels in order from most respected to least respected:

Psychology
Biology
Sociology
History
Media Studies
Music
History
Biology
Music
Psychology
Sociology
Media studies
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LOGIC.
The mathematics of language and the language of mathematics. If logic was an available A level surely it would be the most difficult (particularly mandarin logic).
Hence it isn't taught at A level. But surely it would be the most difficult A level ever - agreed?
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