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    Right now I'm in the middle of my GCSE's (Year 11) and I'm thinking about taking A-Level English Literature, Maths, Physics and Psychology and I want to know whether I'll cope. At the moment I'm achieveing A's in English Literature and expected this grade but I'm aiming for an A*, I'm on an A* in Maths and expetced this and in Physics im predicted an A. How hard are the subjects at A-Level and will I cope with these three subjects (minus psychology which I'm only taking to AS)?
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    Just keep on top of your workload and you should be fine. A Levels are hard, but not impossible.
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    I'm in year 13 and I'm taking maths, further maths, physics and history to A2. It's a lot of work - you can't slack for very long, or else it takes ages to catch up! Just make sure you manage your time well and meet all of your deadlines, then it's not so bad. Though sometimes I do feel it all getting on top of me and worry that I won't be able to keep up/do well - I go to the gym a few times a week to have some time away from all my work and I find that helps. It's all about hard work - but also balance!
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    (Original post by Lauren-x-)
    I'm in year 13 and I'm taking maths, further maths, physics and history to A2. It's a lot of work - you can't slack for very long, or else it takes ages to catch up! Just make sure you manage your time well and meet all of your deadlines, then it's not so bad. Though sometimes I do feel it all getting on top of me and worry that I won't be able to keep up/do well - I go to the gym a few times a week to have some time away from all my work and I find that helps. It's all about hard work - but also balance!
    Sounds like good advice I think I'll go ahead with it. Thank you!
 
 
 
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