Is it more difficult than chemistry or English lit??
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Is philosophy one of the most difficult alevels watch
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- 27-08-2016 12:52
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- 29-08-2016 14:10
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- 29-08-2016 16:23
I think it's meant to be difficult, although that obviously differs depending on the person. At my school, you can only do philosophy if you have a certain amount of B's at minimum in your GCSEs. I'm going to be doing aqa philosophy and I'm quite apprehensive about it, especially the exam, but I'm willing to try it and see how it goes. I think even if it is difficult it sounds really interesting from what I've heard!
- 29-08-2016 17:32
It depends where your strengths lie. Statistically it is easier than Chemistry but then most subjects are. Not sure how it compares to English Literature.