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    A levels that require the least amount of work / easiest ???
    I'm not saying this because I'm lazy I'm saying it because it could mean I'm more likely to get a better grade...
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    (Original post by anonomon)
    A levels that require the least amount of work / easiest ???
    I'm not saying this because I'm lazy I'm saying it because it could mean I'm more likely to get a better grade...
    Maths
    Further maths
    Media studies
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    All A levels are hard some just take a bit more effort for certain types of people play to your strengths
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    Are you a more logical or creative person
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    (Original post by anonomon)
    A levels that require the least amount of work / easiest ???
    I'm not saying this because I'm lazy I'm saying it because it could mean I'm more likely to get a better grade...
    Further maths and physics would do .
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    Re was quite easy tbh
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    DON'T do maths if you want an easy A*, and avoid languages.
    Geography maybe?
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    (Original post by Sunset891)
    DON'T do maths if you want an easy A*, and avoid languages.
    Geography maybe?
    Actually, if OP wants an A*, maths is the best subject to pick. In essay subjects which often are deemed to be the easiest it is a lot more difficult to impress the examiner so much that they give an A*.
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    If you have a natural aptitude for something and find it engaging then do that one because how hard you find it is subjective
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    Economics, Geography, Maths, Psychology and one science that you'r really good at.
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    honestly all A-levels require a heck ton of work, so if you pick something because it's easy and it's not something you're necessarily interested in, revision for it will be a total chore and with the amount of content there is to revise, you need to stay motivated to get the top grades

    pick something you're passionate about! especially because you'll spend so much of your time learning it. also, think about what you want to do in the future or start to look at university courses to see what sort of degrees you'd like, and then look at their a-level requirements

    there's no such thing as an a-level being too hard or too difficult. at the end of the day, if you put in the work, the top grades are easily, easily attainable in any a level you may wish to take, as long as you make sure you give it your all good luck
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    Biology: ALL you need to do is read a 100 page CGP book (1 for AS and 1 for A2), memorise markshchemes for past papers and THATS IT.
    But....the exam questions are tricky so you need to be more natrually intelligent i'd say.
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    (Original post by anonomon)
    A levels that require the least amount of work / easiest ???
    I'm not saying this because I'm lazy I'm saying it because it could mean I'm more likely to get a better grade...
    The A levels you will get the best grades in are the ones you enjoy because you won't see studying for them as chores.

    If you pick 'easy' A levels, it would be too easy to put off studying because they're 'easy' causing work to pile up ultimately leading to a low grade.
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    It may sound strange but... Further Maths. For strange reasons, I find further maths quite easier than other a levels I've taken: maths, physics and computer science. You don't need to learn anything or spend much time on it.
 
 
 
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