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    Hey guys, in my GCSE's i got mainly B's (in all the sciences and maths) and a couple of C's. I really enjoyed Biology and Maths at GCSE and really wanted to study it at A Level, but i was wondering if it would be wise to pick it at A level, i know for a fact they're both demanding A levels which requires loads of work, but with loads of work and determination would it be wise to pick those subjects? And would i still be able to achieve high grades?
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    Hey guys, in my GCSE's i got mainly B's (in all the sciences and maths) and a couple of C's. I really enjoyed Biology and Maths at GCSE and really wanted to study it at A Level, but i was wondering if it would be wise to pick it at A level, i know for a fact they're both demanding A levels which requires loads of work, but with loads of work and determination would it be wise to pick those subjects? And would i still be able to achieve high grades?
    Well in Biology, I think as long as you keep doing the work (including after school work) you will be fine. Maths is quite different but its all up to memorising anything from Geometry to Differentation but if you keep at it, then you obviously get good grades but to get high grades I recommend using most of your free time and being able to recap varies methods to solving certain questions. This also accounts for Bio but instead remembering a lot but also checking out varies other sources.

    PS: I am doing my AS level this year just like you so for now as long as you keep doing everything you did in GCSE (which hopefully is revising lol), you should be fine.
 
 
 

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