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    Thanks. Why did you decide to do FM when you wanted to go to medical school?
    My AS marks were good so I barely needed to work on FM to get an A.
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    RE: Philosophy & Ethics
    Psychology
    Geography
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    Easiest to hardest:

    Computer Science
    Maths
    Further Maths
    Physics
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    History
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    (Original post by SGHD26716)
    My AS marks were good so I barely needed to work on FM to get an A.
    Wow, lucky.
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    What do you want to study?
    (Original post by mrscheesecake)
    Easiest to hardest:

    French
    Biology
    Maths
    Chemistry

    Guess what I want to study
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    Eng lit
    French
    History
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    (Original post by j.1.2)
    rank your a levels in order of difficulty (hardest to easiest) to see which is the hardest subject
    1.Physics (AS)
    2. Chemistry
    3. Biology
    4. Maths
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    rank your a levels in order of difficulty (hardest to easiest) to see which is the hardest subject
    Hardest to easiest:
    Further maths,
    Economics (teacher reads textbook to us)
    Maths (we spend a lesson on each chapter)
    Physics (very easy)

    At the moment we get double penetrated by maths and further maths, Econ hits from the front though so not much pain yet
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    history
    biology
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    (Original post by j.1.2)
    rank your a levels in order of difficulty (hardest to easiest) to see which is the hardest subject
    Depends... Psychology is the most time consuming, because there's a sh*t load of case studies, but is the easiest.
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    1. Chemistry
    2. Physics
    3. Further additional maths
    4. Maths
    5. Further maths
    6. EPQ

    Fun, most to least
    1. Further additional maths
    2. Physics
    3. Further maths
    4. Maths
    5. EPQ
    6. Chemistry
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    government and politics
    english literature
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    (Original post by j.1.2)
    rank your a levels in order of difficulty (hardest to easiest) to see which is the hardest subject
    French
    Literature
    Italian (ab-initio)
    Geography (AS)
 
 
 
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