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    Yo. Welsh Bacc is compulsory in my sixth form and they don't recommend taking 4 A Levels alongside it, but Welsh Bacc doesn't seem to have a heavy workload outside the classroom, so I was wondering if anyone has experience with the workload of these options. If it makes a difference, I hope to take Bio, Chem, Physics and English Lit.
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    I didn't complete Welsh Bacc but I did the most taxing part, the individual investigation, plus a few other things, while also doing roughly the workload of 5A2s in Year 13 (three A2s plus a full A level) so I think it's doable.
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    I didn't complete Welsh Bacc but I did the most taxing part, the individual investigation, plus a few other things, while also doing roughly the workload of 5A2s in Year 13 (three A2s plus a full A level) so I think it's doable.
    Thanks for your reply! I feel more confident about doing it now haha, your old workload sounds so intense.
 
 
 
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