Which A levels require the most time and effort/ have the largest syllabus? (I guess that makes sense).
Any subject you find difficult.
For me, it's law. Not necessarily the theory of law, but the pure amount of cases needed. We have about 400 over the course of 2 years, learning the name, facts, and point of law.
You really feel the force in Physics
It's very different for every person, honestly, but most people struggle with Sciences (not including Maths)
The subject that you find hardest will seem like it has the most workload because you'll have to constantly be working on it to understand it. For example the history syllabus has a lot to get through, but as I don't find the concepts difficult to grasp, it doesn't take that much time. If I were to do maths, physics or chemistry, I know it would have the highest workload for me because I'd struggle to understand the concepts.
That being said, heavily essay based subjects like English lit and history will have the highest physical workload I think
For me, it would be most difficult to do Physics, maths and further maths because my mathematical competence is poor and I find it very dull. The hardest a level I personally do is Philosophy, lots of content and you have to know it as precisely as possible. I do History and the content is immense but I find the exam skills easy so it isn't too bad.
gotta say physics got way harder at A2 and it wasn't all that easy at AS to begin with
Geography but thats probably because I struggle with the content. Definitions, processes, case studies, its a lot to take in
Also Travel and Tourism, because its mainly coursework based and you really cant afford to slack (as 2 in my class did last year and still this year)
I do biology, chemistry, German and Latin and I'm currently in year 12. I think biology is the one out of my subjects that has the most stuff to learn but chemistry is next.