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Hi I'm currently doing GCSE PE and I'm hoping to achieve an A/A* as it is my strongest subject. I'm wondering is A level PE a big step up from GCSE as I'm scared it'll be really hard and also is there no practical involved at all?
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Hi I'm currently doing GCSE PE and I'm hoping to achieve an A/A* as it is my strongest subject. I'm wondering is A level PE a big step up from GCSE as I'm scared it'll be really hard and also is there no practical involved at all?
AS is 40% practical.

A2 is 30% practical, making the A level 35% practical overall.
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AS is 40% practical.

A2 is 30% practical, making the A level 35% practical overall.
Thank you may I ask which exam board this applies to.
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Hi I'm currently doing GCSE PE and I'm hoping to achieve an A/A* as it is my strongest subject. I'm wondering is A level PE a big step up from GCSE as I'm scared it'll be really hard and also is there no practical involved at all?
I'm doing OCR. We cover three topic: anatomy and physiology, acquiring movement skills and socio-cultural studies. Some stuff is from GCSE but it goes in a bit more detail.
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Thank you may I ask which exam board this applies to.
Specifically OCR, but I think OFQUAL requires them all to have the same proportions.
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Specifically OCR, but I think OFQUAL requires them all to have the same proportions.
R u studying A2 PE now or have u already studied it??
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If you get a really high grade in it for GCSE, go for it, it will be fine
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