I'm taking bio, Chem, Spanish (may change yet) and maths and I got 9a* and 1a at GCSE and always work hard and have a lot of motivation so for someone like me, how hard really are a levels?
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- Thread Starter
- 02-09-2016 11:40
- 02-09-2016 11:42
If you work and manage all your homework and notes and have good time management then they're not that hard. But the jump from GCSE to A Levels is massive and shouldn't be underestimated.
I failed my first AS year because I thought they would be the same as GCSE's. When I re-did the year, I worked so hard and ended up with 4 As.
- 02-09-2016 11:47
If you work hard you'll be just fine, honestly. Hard work is what separates those with good grades from those with bad grades. A levels are definitely harder than GCSEs but all you have to do is work to succeed.
The whole going from A's at GCSE to D's at A-level is only true if you don't put in enough effort.
- Community Assistant
- 02-09-2016 11:49
That's like asking how hard are GCSE's right after you did your SAT's.