I've currently signed up to do Philosophy next year, it'll be the new syllabus with AQA. Our school has now scrapped AS Levels for my year, so it'll have to be the full A Level if I'm doing it. I'll be taking it alongside Maths, History and Physics or Chemistry as well.
What have anyone's experiences been with A Level Philosophy? How much reading is required? Are the exams overly hard if you have prepared well? Do the questions themselves require you to come up with your own answer and thesis as such, or is it more of just using the ideas of the philosophers you've studied?
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- 10-06-2016 18:43
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- 12-06-2016 20:10
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