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    i have two groups of subjects i want to study in A level...
    Group A:
    Maths, chemistry, Biology, Computing
    Group B:
    Maths, Further maths, Chemistry, Computing
    out of the two choices which one do you think is more easier (i know they will be tough) but which subjects combination will be the easiest out of the two groups? i really like both options btw and would option B be a little bit easier as maths and further maths are similar? will option B give me lots of options for uni???
    and btw i'm going to drop computing in the 2nd year... and is computing a useful a level... and how hard is it?
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    they are basically the same. you just have to choose which one you want to do; biology or further maths. I do biology, chemistry, French and maths. personally, I prefer biology, but then again, its up to you. also, look at courses online for uni and see what they require. that might help you choose.
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    Option A would leave the most doors open, but Option B would be preferable if you're planning on studying say, maths or compsci.
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    (Original post by FatimaBouraoui)
    they are basically the same. you just have to choose which one you want to do; biology or further maths. I do biology, chemistry, French and maths. personally, I prefer biology, but then again, its up to you. also, look at courses online for uni and see what they require. that might help you choose.
    Ok i will Thank you
 
 
 
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