I have came out with 70% overall so far which is enough to get onto any science course at my university. I must admit though, that I find it much, much easier than A levels.
I am currently doing Maths and Physics, I did the Maths last year as AS and got a D in it. I came out with 70% this term though.
Maybe it's because I've done it before, I don't know? But it certainly feels like I'm finding it much easier. A lot of people here are saying it's harder than A Levels but i'm not so sure.
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- Thread Starter
- 15-01-2016 10:49
- 15-01-2016 10:58
I guess they have the tendency to be more streamlined as to what you need to know - I suppose even though degrees are much more in depth than A Levels, Unis wouldn't be serving themselves properly if they didn't try to do all they can to get high pass-rates. Plus there's the attitude switch from being a 17 year old begrudgingly doing what you have to, to get to Uni, and being an 18 year old and doing Uni because you *want* to, if that makes sense? Also, there's less diversity in the subjects/modules you're studying and it's all geared towards the 1st year of the degree proper - showing you how it all links into the final qualification.