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    (Original post by Asiimov)
    I can't speak from experience. Maybe you're just being cocky :P But come on, compared to say geography or something...
    I suck at drawing or colouring things, so I'm sure I'd find geography hell. Further Maths doesn't require much thought beyond routine techniques that repeat themselves endlessly. If you look at something like STEP, though...
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    chemistry hands down, gcse is like bouncing on candy floss and then bAM a level smacks you in the head with a brick
    but the brick is a metaphor for a level chemistry and your head generally hurts because of it anyway
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    (Original post by chloe.lwt)
    I've heard biology and photography are pretty tough and I'm taking them both next year :s
    Lol
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    Psychology is a *****

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    Why am I the only one that finds OCR Salters B Chemistry a doddle.... The same questions come up every year, and the COM exam last year was 70% for an A Grade!
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    Further Maths A2 comes to mind. De whatsit's theorem, matrix madness and numbers that don't even exist. Dear god why?
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    Which is harder, Physics or Chemistry?
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    I suck at drawing or colouring things, so I'm sure I'd find geography hell. Further Maths doesn't require much thought beyond routine techniques that repeat themselves endlessly. If you look at something like STEP, though...
    Apart from maths what other A levels do you do or have done?
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    (Original post by Vanilla Poison)
    Apart from maths what other A levels do you do or have done?
    Further Maths and Physics.
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    Lol
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    (Original post by Tetragon213)
    Further Maths A2 comes to mind. De whatsit's theorem, matrix madness and numbers that don't even exist. Dear god why?
    Don't exist. :zomg:
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    (Original post by chloe.lwt)
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    Which genius told you photography was one of the hardest lol?😂🌚
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    (Original post by Tetragon213)
    Further Maths A2 comes to mind. De whatsit's theorem, matrix madness and numbers that don't even exist. Dear god why?
    "De Whatsit's theorem", that made me chuckle! Well deserved rep

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    Physics is the devil. It's not the sort of subject you can teach yourself. Further Maths is probably the hardest I've experienced but I like it so that's a bonus. But if you work hard nothing is hard.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    I suck at drawing or colouring things, so I'm sure I'd find geography hell. Further Maths doesn't require much thought beyond routine techniques that repeat themselves endlessly. If you look at something like STEP, though...
    "endlessly"

    That's why
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    Chemistry edexcel -_-
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Further Maths and Physics.
    You know where it's at brah.
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    A-levels aren't difficult unless you're weak in the subject. For me, the hardest subjects would be modern foreign languages or economics because I'm no good in them.

    I do Maths, FM, Physics and Chemistry and I don't think any of them are difficult, but they do demand tons of revision.
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