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    So I'm in yr11 and them told us to start doing our a level applications . I chose sociology biology chemistry and maths I am capable at the first 3 but still doubt about maths but my question is are those subject combination not going to stress me or did I choose the hard ones
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    Sorry for bad spelling it's autocorrections
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    If this is of any help, I didn't study maths at A levels but I have been told by friends who did that it is a very difficult subject and should only be taken if it is required for your career/uni course choice. Good luck!
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    (Original post by ShikaMekiFuka)
    So I'm in yr11 and them told us to start doing our a level applications . I chose sociology biology chemistry and maths I am capable at the first 3 but still doubt about maths but my question is are those subject combination not going to stress me or did I choose the hard ones
    chemistry is definitely the hardest you have there, maths isn't hard if you have the right mindset in preparation.
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    (Original post by mathcon)
    chemistry is definitely the hardest you have there, maths isn't hard if you have the right mindset in preparation.
    I think it depends on the person. My son is doing A2 Chemistry this year and is predicted A/A* - he got 94% in his AS Chemistry. He achieved an A at GCSE maths (A* in Chrmistry) started the maths AS level and lost the will to live after two weeks.
    He already has an A* at A2 Spanish. This year he is sitting A2 Marine Science, Biology and Chemistry.


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    (Original post by Antonia Jane)
    I think it depends on the person. My son is doing A2 Chemistry this year and is predicted A/A* - he got 94% in his AS Chemistry. He achieved an A at GCSE maths (A* in Chrmistry) started the maths AS level and lost the will to live after two weeks.
    He already has an A* at A2 Spanish. This year he is sitting A2 Marine Science, Biology and Chemistry.


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    So did he drop Maths AS after yr 12?
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    (Original post by GreatSuccess24)
    So did he drop Maths AS after yr 12?
    He did GCSE maths and started year 12 doing AS maths. However, he knew within two weeks that he didn't want to do it. He started year 12 doing 6 x AS. Therefore, it was easy for him to drop maths. He did French upto AS level (A grade). A* A2 Spanish, AS Biology A, Marine Science A, Chemistry A.



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