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just intrigued in all the different opinions of subjects so I have a few questions

what subjects did you chose to study or are currently studying and what is your best/worst subject? (if any are your worst you may love them all)

I study a level art, psychology, english lit and general studies*
I find english lit a big step from gcse as my last lit lesson before alevel was in year ten. Also in our first year we have to take general studies so there is no joy in the subject to me.
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(Original post by aimsnaywux)
just intrigued in all the different opinions of subjects so I have a few questions

what subjects did you chose to study or are currently studying and what is your best/worst subject? (if any are your worst you may love them all)

I study a level art, psychology, english lit and general studies*
I find english lit a big step from gcse as my last lit lesson before alevel was in year ten. Also in our first year we have to take general studies so there is no joy in the subject to me.
I study Biology, Chemistry, Maths and English Lit :yep:

I love them all in unique ways - Chem is my favourite, Maths is probably my least favourite (probably because I find it the hardest). English Lit is my easiest :yep:
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(Original post by aimsnaywux)
just intrigued in all the different opinions of subjects so I have a few questions

what subjects did you chose to study or are currently studying and what is your best/worst subject? (if any are your worst you may love them all)

I study a level art, psychology, english lit and general studies*
I find english lit a big step from gcse as my last lit lesson before alevel was in year ten. Also in our first year we have to take general studies so there is no joy in the subject to me.
How do you find psychology?

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Sociology - Crap and boring
Psychology - Boring but can be interesting sometimes
History - Quite interesting but difficult
IT - Boring
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(Original post by aimsnaywux)
just intrigued in all the different opinions of subjects so I have a few questions

what subjects did you chose to study or are currently studying and what is your best/worst subject? (if any are your worst you may love them all)

I study a level art, psychology, english lit and general studies*
I find english lit a big step from gcse as my last lit lesson before alevel was in year ten. Also in our first year we have to take general studies so there is no joy in the subject to me.
Are you in AS? General studies is sooo boring and pointless isn't it?! Or is it just me?...
I do bio, chem, psychology and politics.
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English Lit, Geography, Maths, Philosophy, and General Studies.

Best is English Lit, worst is Maths (by far).
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I study Biology, Chemistry, Maths and English Lit :yep:

I love them all in unique ways - Chem is my favourite, Maths is probably my least favourite (probably because I find it the hardest). English Lit is my easiest :yep:
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Are you in AS? General studies is sooo boring and pointless isn't it?! Or is it just me?...
I do bio, chem, psychology and politics.
How do you guys find bio? Is it much harder than GCSE? Do you think it's more interesting?


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How do you guys find bio? Is it much harder than GCSE? Do you think it's more interesting?
It's definitely more interesting - lots more topics covered and in lots more detail :yep:
It's harder than GCSE, yes, but all A-Levels are!

I love it
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I do Biology, Maths, and Media (dropped Physics last year)

Maths is by far the hardest, although it's pretty interesting. Biology is probably my favourite and easiest.
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What grade did you get at bio GCSE?


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Maths: interesting but some difficult aspects when it comes to mechanics problems, pure is less applied.
Physics: interesting but some difficult aspects- diffraction imo
Chemistry: interesting but a surprising amount of memorising rather than understanding i find- in inorganic mainly
Psychology: boring- just memorising studies and definitions
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What grade did you get at bio GCSE?


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Was this directed at me? I just about scraped an A.

[edit: I then went on to get an A at AS]
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How do you find psychology?

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I do love learning the topics, however my teacher gives us three essays a week (one at the end of each lesson on what we done in class) so that kills me off, but most def is very great
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Are you in AS? General studies is sooo boring and pointless isn't it?! Or is it just me?...
I do bio, chem, psychology and politics.

it is completely pointless indeed!!
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How do you guys find bio? Is it much harder than GCSE? Do you think it's more interesting?
(Original post by kiera28)
What grade did you get at bio GCSE?


I like biology, it's a lot more interesting at AS and obviously harder but not incredibly hard. Definitely the easiest science I think. I got an A* at GCSE and am aiming for/working on an A now.
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I do Psychology, Maths, History and Biology all at AS, yep I know a weird hardly related combination.

Maths is my easiest, History is my hardest (it has the most content).

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(Original post by aimsnaywux)
just intrigued in all the different opinions of subjects so I have a few questions

what subjects did you chose to study or are currently studying and what is your best/worst subject? (if any are your worst you may love them all)

I study a level art, psychology, english lit and general studies*
I find english lit a big step from gcse as my last lit lesson before alevel was in year ten. Also in our first year we have to take general studies so there is no joy in the subject to me.
I chose maths, further maths, physics, chemistry and biology. I finished maths so I'm currently studying further maths, physics, chemistry and biology.

Maths, further maths and physics are my favourites and I want to study mathematics and physics at uni. Physics could be a lot more mathematically demanding at A-level though.

Biology is my least favourite and chemistry is in between, but I still love all of my subjects and there's so much interesting stuff to learn in biology and chemistry.
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I chose maths, further maths, physics, chemistry and biology. I finished maths so I'm currently studying further maths, physics, chemistry and biology.

Maths, further maths and physics are my favourites and I want to study mathematics and physics at uni. Physics could be a lot more mathematically demanding at A-level though.

Biology is my least favourite and chemistry is in between, but I still love all of my subjects and there's so much interesting stuff to learn in biology and chemistry.
I never was strong at maths so once it was done at GCSE that was my last lesson of it. (I got a C in the exam)
I still do maths within subjects like psychology and art sometimes too.

It's good to hear that you're learning interesting stuff


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I do Psychology, Maths, History and Biology all at AS, yep I know a weird hardly related combination.

Maths is my easiest, History is my hardest (it has the most content).

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I don't take history but many of my friends do, how did you find the exam on the wednesday just gone (if you say that one that is, different papers) my friends all felt a bit down afterwards


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Was this directed at me? I just about scraped an A.

[edit: I then went on to get an A at AS]
Yeah and well done!! Hmmm I'm thinking about biology now.. Having loathed it (along with all science subjects) for the whole GCSE course I actually enjoyed the first exam (I know- what am I?) I got a B in the kick but had a feeling this went better. what you doing at uni?


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