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    Im thinking its between biology, chemistry or additional further maths?
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    I don't know about further maths but I know history's pretty hard ( I do bio, chem, maths and history) and history's the hardest

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    Chemistry is much much harder than Biology
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    I guess it all depends on the person
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    The workload for Further maths is a lot & plus the work is hard do , so Further maths is the hardest A level
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    The workload for Further maths is a lot & plus the work is hard do , so Further maths is the hardest A level
    There is also Additional Further Maths on edexcel. You take 18 modules in total and get 3 a levels in maths.
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    Physics OCR A or chemistry salters B... just look at the specs, they are awful
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    There is also Additional Further Maths on edexcel. You take 18 modules in total and get 3 a levels in maths.
    Ahh well i don't do edexcel :P or else i would have chose additional further maths
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    All the A Levels have their difficulties
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    (Original post by SargentZenj2)
    Im thinking its between biology, chemistry or additional further maths?
    It depends on the grades/marks you want...

    Maths is hard if you want to get full UMS because you can't **** up anywhere and have to be able to answer any type of question they could throw at you. However maths is easy if you're just wanting a good grade providing you practice.

    Biology is hard because there is so much content, application, breadth and depth.

    History is hard because your breadth studies are the equivalent of GCSE depth studies and your depth studies are in so much detail it's unreal.

    Politics is hard because of the very tight timing in exams and the fact you could get a 40 marker on something that is a page in a 300 page textbook.
 
 
 
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