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    Heyy. So I'm taking biology, chemistry, maths and psychology for a levels and i was wondering if anyone who's done these can tell me whats in it/how the found it?? Also were certain ones of these subjects a bigger leap from GCSE-->a level?
    It would be great if you guys could respond.
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    Did Psychology. Dropped it after a fortnight.
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    (Original post by SoDoneWithSchool)
    Heyy. So I'm taking biology, chemistry, maths and psychology for a levels and i was wondering if anyone who's done these can tell me whats in it/how the found it?? Also were certain ones of these subjects a bigger leap from GCSE-->a level?
    It would be great if you guys could respond.
    Thank you in advance
    I'm doing AS maths. Initially the intensity of the work hits you. You cover a lot quickly and you really need to spend your own time making sure you don't fall behind. However after a month of two I'd already gotten into it well and am coping fine. It's only now that I've realised how much harder it is than GCSE, but you don't even notice. If you found GCSE maths easy then you probably won't find AS maths too hard. Maths is the least of my worries out of my 4 AS levels.
 
 
 
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