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    I'm taking History, Economics and Gov and Politics. Also why are you taking your chosen ones; I'm want to do law at Uni hence the choices aha.
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    Biology, chemistry, physics and psychology


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    I want to do law too and im studying law. Litterature and history
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    Biology, Chemistry, Maths, and Spanish.
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    Psychology, Sociology and Government and Politics (I dropped philosophy) And I'm hoping to study psychology at uni this September
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    Physics, maths and geology. Dropped geography.
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    Maths, Further Maths, Physics and German.

    The German looks so out of place there :lol:
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    Maths history and physics, becuase I enjoy the subjects innit u get me
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    biology chemistry physics & CT
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    maths, further maths, chemistry and biology
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    (Original post by Judas69)
    Maths history and physics, becuase I enjoy the subjects innit u get me
    i get u fam:cool:
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    maths, further maths, economics and physics. So f*cked
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    Doing biology, English lit and history and want to do law
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    Chem
    Maths
    Physics
    Philosophy

    Bc who needs to be mainstream and do all 3 sciences?
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    math fm phys

    and chemistry
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    (Original post by EmilyPlatypus)
    Psychology, Sociology and Government and Politics (I dropped philosophy) And I'm hoping to study psychology at uni this September
    How do you find Psychology? I heard that the format of the exam is absolute piss, or is that only in the new spec?
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    bio, chem, psychology, economics....
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    (Original post by popcornjpg)
    How do you find Psychology? I heard that the format of the exam is absolute piss, or is that only in the new spec?
    I'm still doing the old spec and it's not too bad I'm not entirely sure what the new spec looks like but from what I've heard it doesn't sound too fun
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    (Original post by popcornjpg)
    How do you find Psychology? I heard that the format of the exam is absolute piss, or is that only in the new spec?
    new spec psychology aqa is actually "mild" tbh there is actually so much to memorize for psychology ... complete piss
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    (Original post by Synonym)
    new spec psychology aqa is actually "mild" tbh there is actually so much to memorize for psychology ... complete piss
    I was going to pick it over Sociology so I'm sort of glad I didn't - although I think Sociology is 'piss' as well, but I think it is easier still.
 
 
 

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