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Is it possible to do A levels Science Subjects ( Physics, Chemistry, Biology) without studying them in O levels? And, do Unis give admission to students without O levels Science subjects, knowing that they studied them in A levels?
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There is no requirement to have studied GCSE science to sit A-Level science exams. However, most colleges / sixth forms will require a GCSE science grade to start an A Level science course (Generally a B in the relevant science or double science however this will be higher at more competitive colleges / sixth forms).

Universities won't care about GCSE sciences if you have an A-Level in that subject.
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And is it really hard to study the A level Science Subjects without prerequisites, beacuse as far as I know, unlike Commerce subjects (Business Studies, Accounts, etc) Science subjects in A levels donot cover the previous syllabus components/topics already covered in o levels? And the difficulty level is also way higher in A levels?
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