I just need some information on each of my Alevel choices ( Philosophy & Ethics, History, Law and Sociology. It would be helpful knowing how hard each subject is, the subjects context, etc etc any other relevant information.
In R.E at GCSE I got A*, History A, and Law and Sociology are new subjects for me.
Thankyou very much x
Opinions on each of my alevel choices Watch
- Thread Starter
- 30-08-2016 21:12
- 30-08-2016 21:14
I can attest that History is fantastic, and I would say it do regardless of what you want to do at university.
Beyond that, depends on your degree choice.
- 30-08-2016 21:53
Even I'm starting AS in September so don't have an experience but from what I heard from others on TSR I would say this:
History: interesting but requires a lot of work and revision due to how heavy it is in content. Good essay skills are essential.
RE: nothing like how it is at GCSE. Essay skills are important and requires a lot of revision again.
Sociology: it isn't considered to be a 'hard' subject in comparison but again it's really heavy in content and you need to be prepared for a lot of writing.
Law: haven't heard too much of it but from what I know it isn't highly regarded by universities even if you plan to do law in the future