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    I started school late and i'm taking 4 a levels as it is compulsory i have picked bio chem maths and i'm unsure on the other one. I have narrowed it down to psychology and business which i'll drop which one will be the easier a level out the 2 which won't hinder my learning.
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    Do you like both of the subjects? I would pick the one you like the most after learning more about them and getting more opinions on them. Do some research on both of them. The only way they could hinder your learning is if you don't put the effort in. And you won't put the effort into ones you don't like.

    I have no idea which is easier but hopefully, you will get some more responses.
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    If u r good at maths try further maths. If not then whatever one you reckon you enjoy more
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    (Original post by officialzak_2001)
    I started school late and i'm taking 4 a levels as it is compulsory i have picked bio chem maths and i'm unsure on the other one. I have narrowed it down to psychology and business which i'll drop which one will be the easier a level out the 2 which won't hinder my learning.
    Look at the syllabus. Do the one you find most interesting.
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    I find psychology interesting but i heard that the content and memorising is quite a lot so i thought business is said to be easy as a fourth a level. I looked at the specification and psychology looks more interesting so does that mean i jump to psychology.
 
 
 
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