That's a bunch a crap. I slept through my A levels, and I'd fail at uni if I didn't try.
first year history
easy as pie mate
just referencing which makes it much harder than a level, in fact its more much more boring than hard if im honest
(Still an A-Level student here) It will be interesting to see the difference with the new A-Levels. In the science A-Level you don't do EMPA's/ISA's now, instead you have a lab book and there are specific required practical techniques that you have to meet to pass science practical, which is a condition of a lot of uni offers now. I'd say the content isn't too bad it just takes a while to get used to, but the grade boundaries seem to be lower, we've just done last year's AS papers as a mock exam (AS exams don't count towards the final grade, all exams are at the end of year 13, with one paper on year 1 content, 1 on year 2 and the last one is different depending on which science.) but in the papers for last years AS in biology, you only needed 88/150 for an A.
It will be interesting to see the difference between the new A-levels and uni, but I'm expecting uni to be a lot harder.
the only teachers who say this horseshit are the ones who went to london met and did theatre studies
do a stem degree at a RG uni and you'll know.
Yeah, at least for me uni and school are pretty incomparable. In my first term at uni I was like "what on earth is going on..."