Which A level subject is the easiest (out of these options)??

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Government & Politics
Philosophy
Religious Studies

I'm going to be an external student and I need one more A level (AS & A2) so which one is easier from the above or is easy to do without teacher help?
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Religious studies but its a pretty useless qualification
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Economics
Government & Politics
Philosophy
Religious Studies

I'm going to be an external student and I need one more A level (AS & A2) so which one is easier from the above or is easy to do without teacher help?
I can only give my opinion on economics. While I didn't find it difficult to understand, it seemed as if the exam questions go against what you have learnt, as in, every question is a trick question. I wouldn't say it's easy to self teach. I did Edexcel modular spec.
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(Original post by bluemadhatter)
Economics
Government & Politics
Philosophy
Religious Studies

I'm going to be an external student and I need one more A level (AS & A2) so which one is easier from the above or is easy to do without teacher help?
Honestly all A levels are going to require a significant amount of work.
I don't know about being "easy" by Philosophy looks like the most interesting. Economics certainly isn't "easy"
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I'm not sure about the rest of the subjects, but I agree with the others that Economics is not the easiest of these.
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philosophy and religious studies is the same qualification at some colleges
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Religious studies but its a pretty useless qualification
Religious Studies is philosophy and ethics, how is that useless?
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There is no such thing as an "Easy A level".
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(Original post by bluemadhatter)
Government & Politics
Philosophy
Religious Studies

I'm going to be an external student and I need one more A level (AS & A2) so which one is easier from the above or is easy to do without teacher help?
DO NOT listen to anyone who said Religious Studies is the easiest! I do religious studies and both politics. I literally got E's and U's the WHOLE year (60% for an E) and i got an A* at GCSE. The GCSE is piss easy but the a level is another story. I ended up getting an A at AS however because I worked my ass off. Politics I would say is the easiest out of the three, you can literally look at the text book and learn that all with pre chewed politics and get an A. However with philosophy its extremely confusing (doing it in A2 RS currently) and the books are pretty broad and rubbish. I literally warn anyone, if you're not going to work DON'T do RS! Do politics.
Hope this helped
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Religious studies but its a pretty useless qualification
Eh...no it is not!!!
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