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    To those taking A Level Bio and Chem, which one do you find easier and why?
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    chem
    - less content
    -not a huge expansion on GCSE (at AS)
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    Just started year 12 and I'm finding chem easier as so far it's just built on from GCSE but it's probably going to get really difficult soon. Bio is so annoying.
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    (Original post by OwlOfFire)
    chem
    - less content
    -not a huge expansion on GCSE (at AS)
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    Just started year 12 and I'm finding chem easier as so far it's just built on from GCSE but it's probably going to get really difficult soon. Bio is so annoying.
    Yeah Bio has way too much content. My brain literally gets fried :/
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    started year 13 and like people have said chemistry definitely gets harder but bio has stayed about the same since year 12 there's just a lot more to learn.
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    Chemistry, Bio is a bit boring and has a lot of content.
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    Chem is easier since you don't need to explain and elaborate but Bio is more interesting.
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    Although the content may be less for chemistry, chemistry is far harder than biology a level.

    I would definitely choose biology out of the two.

    The majority of biology is just a continuation from GCSE topics and isn't too challenging to understand.
 
 
 
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