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    Is Chemistry, History and Classics a good A Level Combination?
    Or is Psychology, History and Classics a good A Level Combination?

    How easy are these subjects?
    Any Revision tips?
    Anything else about these subjects would be helpful
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    It depends, what are you hoping to study at university?
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    (Original post by Kobisha)
    Is Chemistry, History and Classics a good A Level Combination?
    Or is Psychology, History and Classics a good A Level Combination?

    How easy are these subjects?
    Any Revision tips?
    Anything else about these subjects would be helpful
    If you do chemistry- keep on top of it the whole year through! Always revise for your topic tests- write down any questions and always ask a teacher ASAP- note the answers too as you may forget them later on in the year. Practice questions are you crack until the exam- wrote a whole article about my approach to my A2's this year ( I did Bio,Chem and Lit) so link below-
    https://simplythandi.wordpress.com/2...your-a-levels/



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    (Original post by Kobisha)
    Is Chemistry, History and Classics a good A Level Combination?
    Or is Psychology, History and Classics a good A Level Combination?

    How easy are these subjects?
    Any Revision tips?
    Anything else about these subjects would be helpful
    I think it doesn't matter about which combination is better as the only difference is the subjects Chemistry and Psychology.

    Why are you having difficulty choosing between these subjects and will either/or subject cause you problems for applying to uni?

    Are either subjects a precursor to what you wish to study at uni?

    They're no such thing as a "good A-level combination" unless a particular uni course requires 2 or more A-level combinations. Which is pretty rare unless you want a vocational science degree.
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    (Original post by Kobisha)
    Is Chemistry, History and Classics a good A Level Combination?
    Or is Psychology, History and Classics a good A Level Combination?

    How easy are these subjects?
    Any Revision tips?
    Anything else about these subjects would be helpful
    Usually people do subjects like maths or biology alongside chemistry to support it, it's a very difficult A Level. If you can do it by itself that's amazing, but given your other subjects psychology makes more sense. Remember, 3 As would be better than 2As and a C in Chemistry, at least that's my experience with it ( applied questions are the worst!!!)
 
 
 
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