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and if u would not mind could u explain why u made ur choice in comparison to the other sciences
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I've had no experience with physics a level, but I'd say chemistry. The devils premature spawn.
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Biology. You can revise as much as you want for it and read all of the books but most of the questions are applications and interpreting and analysation of data. Especially at A2 you have to write a 25 mark essay for a topic you have got no idea about but it ties in with everything that you have done for the whole a level course.
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Biology
It's all about application questions which I am no good at


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Biology
It's all about application questions which I am no good at


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what others do u do and how do they compare in terms of step up
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what others do u do and how do they compare in terms of step up
I do chemistry.
Chemistry is very easy if you learn and understand the content well and the exam isn't hard if you know your stuff.
A girl went from an E to a A in one of her chemsitry exams because all she needed was practice. And exam questions for chemsitry are very repetitive whereas biology, it's something that you've never seen before tbh.
I might be taking physics AS this year aside of A2 because of certain career changes so I'm not sure how physics is going to turn out tbh.


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I do chemistry.
Chemistry is very easy if you learn and understand the content well and the exam isn't hard if you know your stuff.
A girl went from an E to a A in one of her chemsitry exams because all she needed was practice. And exam questions for chemsitry are very repetitive whereas biology, it's something that you've never seen before tbh.
I might be taking physics AS this year aside of A2 because of certain career changes so I'm not sure how physics is going to turn out tbh.


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as i will be doing the new sylabus will past papersbe of any use to me
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No such thing as a hard or a hardest A-level, only an A-level that is unprepared for or least prepared.
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as i will be doing the new sylabus will past papersbe of any use to me
Definitely!!!



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really i thought they would not be use as the new syllabus will be completely different?
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really i thought they would not be use as the new syllabus will be completely different?
Nope
It's the same content
The questions will probably be worded differently
There are specimen papers which I had checked out and the content is pretty much the same
Don't worry
There are multiple choice questions for some of the subjects in the new syllabus which is really good too


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