The examining board is Edexcel. Is there a massive jump from GCSE to A Level? And is it more enjoyable than GCSE geography? I'm either going to pick Chemistry or Geography so I'm pretty stuck.
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- 29-08-2016 13:27
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- 31-08-2016 14:50
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- 31-08-2016 14:52
I had chosen Geography as one of my AS subjects and I just couldn't stand it. I dropped it after 3 weeks, basically the minute I was allowed to get away from it. There's a lot of content to learn, which is fine, except the content itself is very boring. My exam board was AQA and in the beginning of the year it was physical geography which is such a pain! I expected mainly global/political/economical geography, hell I would've probably been fine with the geological side of it too!! But the river essays and flood tests just killed my enthusiasm for it