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What are the subjects you are considering in taking?
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But, speaking from experience, I did two crash Highers in my last year at High school. I studied Higher History and Higher Computing, both of which I got an A in.
It wasn't easy, I studied very hard for these. But, if you're willing to invest a lot of study time and genuinely do care for the two subject's they're worth it.
I would go along with the two crash Higher's.
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I was in an advanced higher history class for a month at the start of the year and the workload is considerably more than other subjects, plus it didn't interest me so I wasn't motivated to put the work in. I would only do an advanced higher if you need it for university entry requirements or if you really enjoy the subject. Lots of people in my year who have done advanced highers ended up dropping them halfway through the year because so many people got unconditional offers.
So when I sat them I got a C and a D in my AH's and an A and an A/B (70% in this higher, so I'm not sure if it was an A or B). So without revising I bombed my AH's but did not bad on the highers so for me personally highers are much easier to get your head round that AH's. That being said, now I have started revising AH's are not really that bad and If I had done work from the get go I would have breezed my AH's.
Basically its six and half a dozen really...