Has anyone taken physics, maths biology AND chemistry for thier Alevels? Is it doable

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I did those subjects at AS and got 4A's then dropped physics for A2 and messed up a little due to various reasons and got ABB at A level. However my ridiculously smart friend carried on with all 4 and general studies and finished with 5A*s for his A2 grades. Its really down to how smart you are and mostly the amount of work you put in.

But to put it simply, yes it is doable!
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Yes, and computing and further maths on top of those.
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Yes, and computing and further maths on top of those.

Only maths, further maths and physics to full A2 though.
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I did those subjects at AS and got 4A's then dropped physics for A2 and messed up a little due to various reasons and got ABB at A level. However my ridiculously smart friend carried on with all 4 and general studies and finished with 5A*s for his A2 grades. Its really down to how smart you are and mostly the amount of work you put in.

But to put it simply, yes it is doable!
AAB is great well done! Everyone i know is trying to push me away from doing 3 sciences and a maths :^/ so like how did you cope during AS ? Any tips? since you got 4As and thay the grades im hoping for !

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Yes, and computing and further maths on top of those.

Only maths, further maths and physics to full A2 though.
Woah thats alot!! How did you manage ? How much work should i put in?

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I want to do Bio, Chem, Phys and Maths.
But instead of Phys Im doing RS which is sht so I will be doing Physics soon hopefully.
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AAB is great well done! Everyone i know is trying to push me away from doing 3 sciences and a maths :^/ so like how did you cope during AS ? Any tips? since you got 4As and thay the grades im hoping for !
If that's what you enjoy and you're interested in it then go for it! I certainly don't regret doing it!

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Definitely stay on top of the work, particularly in maths where you need to know stuff you learnt earlier later on in another module or chapter.
Make sure to work hard in the first year, If I didn't get the great grades in the first year I wouldn't have done so well. It's nice to go into A2 (where the content is definitely harder) with a high UMS in your subjects.
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I want to do Bio, Chem, Phys and Maths.
But instead of Phys Im doing RS which is sht so I will be doing Physics soon hopefully.
Yeah if its whats you want, go for it
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If that's what you enjoy and you're interested in it then go for it! I certainly don't regret doing it!

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Definitely stay on top of the work, particularly in maths where you need to know stuff you learnt earlier later on in another module or chapter.
Make sure to work hard in the first year, If I didn't get the great grades in the first year I wouldn't have done so well. It's nice to go into A2 (where the content is definitely harder) with a high UMS in your subjects.
I"ll try! Btw did you do WJEC? And by when did you know everything for your exams?
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Hi, my friend took Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology at AS and achieved AABBC, so yes it is possible and yes it has been done.
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I"ll try! Btw did you do WJEC? And by when did you know everything for your exams?
Nah I was OCR and AQA. It was probably about 3-4 weeks before the exams when we had finished being taught all of the content, you need to start revising before you've finished the course which feels a little weird!
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of course it's possible, lots of people at my school are doing the three sciences and maths (including me ) some people even do further maths on top of all that (like I was planning to, but decided that I'd be crazy to even try and I know a few at my school who also do a fifth subject (like a language) also
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Yep I did an English at AS, biology chemistry and physics at A2, and taught myself the maths A level in the second year.
Trust me, it's possible. :P

I know three people in my year who did maths, further maths, biology, physics and chemistry all to A2 and came out with mostly A*s, sooooo
Good luck!

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I took all of them and Economics for AS. At A2 I dropped physics and was left with Maths, Bio, Chem and Economics . I found it doable.
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Hi, my friend took Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology at AS and achieved AABBC, so yes it is possible and yes it has been done.

Thats great to hear !
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I took all of them and Economics for AS. At A2 I dropped physics and was left with Maths, Bio, Chem and Economics . I found it doable.
Thats alot ! So do you have any tips?

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Yep I did an English at AS, biology chemistry and physics at A2, and taught myself the maths A level in the second year.
Trust me, it's possible. :P

I know three people in my year who did maths, further maths, biology, physics and chemistry all to A2 and came out with mostly A*s, sooooo
Good luck!

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Its really nice hearing its doable! but i would appreciate some tips very much! So how should i work during the year?

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I did all of those to A2 and found it very manageable.
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of course it's possible, lots of people at my school are doing the three sciences and maths (including me ) some people even do further maths on top of all that (like I was planning to, but decided that I'd be crazy to even try and I know a few at my school who also do a fifth subject (like a language) also
yay how did yoy work during the year with homework and free lessons etc?

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