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    Will it be difficult to take Psychology, Chemistry and Biology at A level? Im interested in careers with a science basis
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    (Original post by jordan_215)
    Will it be difficult to take Psychology, Chemistry and Biology at A level? Im interested in careers with a science basis
    That would be pretty rigirous to be honest. If you're happy taking a massive workload, you should be fine.
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    Will it be difficult to take Psychology, Chemistry and Biology at A level? Im interested in careers with a science basis
    They're all challenging subjects in a way . Biology and chemistry because of the understanding needed for the exams and psychology because of the amount of content. If you put in the work you'd be fine though. I did all three at alevel.


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    I did these 3 subjects for my A levels and it was a huge amount of work, but if you're interested in them and have strong GCSE sciences (A/A*) then there's no reason why you shouldn't be able to cope.
    I found chemistry incredibly difficult, but psychology was pretty easy (just a lot to remember, but little to actually understand). Biology was somewhere in between the two in my opinion.
    At the end of the day it depends where your passion lies and if you're willing to put in the effort.
 
 
 
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