So I've recieved my results for GCSE's, and I've managed to get into 6th Form to do the subjects I picked.
I'm a little worried, though because I got a B in maths and I've heard Maths A Level is suited better for GCSE A/A* students. Is this true?
And for Chemistry, I did the double science award(Core Science: B, Additional Science: A) and I'm concerned I have gaps in my knowledge that I wouldn't have if I'd done Chemistry GCSE instead. Would I be better off not taking these subjects?
Or am I just being a paranoid idiot?
Should I be taking Maths and Chemistry A Level? watch
- Thread Starter
- 26-08-2016 18:01
- 26-08-2016 18:24
Firstly don't choose either if you don't enjoy them, especially chemistry. For maths as long as you do loads of past papers then you are almost guaranteed a top grade. Chemistry is a bit different and I think if you struggled at GCSE then don't take it to A-level. I got 96ums at GCSE but found chemistry very difficult this year.