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    Was just wondering how big the jump is, as whilst AS is quite hard I'm coping. Since everyone says A-Levels are the worst thing imaginable to happen to a person, I was wondering if A2 is when things really heat up?
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    not much, if I remember correctly.
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    (Original post by cherryblossoming)
    Was just wondering how big the jump is, as whilst AS is quite hard I'm coping. Since everyone says A-Levels are the worst thing imaginable to happen to a person, I was wondering if A2 is when things really heat up?
    Economics and Chemistry feel much harder at A2 but I haven't found much of a difference in maths and further maths between AS and A2
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    People often exaggerate.
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    A-level to first year is the biggest shocker


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