Is this the HARDEST Alevel??? (HELP)!!!!Watch this thread
If you do choose it and you don't enjoy it, there's also usually a time in which you are able to change subjects.
so am choosing History as 1 my A level alongside Law and Sociology, and am worried about taking History because first I've heard it's a massive jump from GCSE to Alevels and the content you have to learn and memories is insane, plus it often regarede as 1 of if not the hardest A level?? However I do have interest in the subject (at GCSE) but if I took History my 3 a level choice will all the essay based and would that be too much work??? Plua how hard would it be to pass History?? right now I can't decide if I should do History or economics?? Please Help
I mean it depends, what A Level will benefit you more? economics or history? think about what job you want to go into after you've studied these A Levels
It is definitely possible to get by with lots of essay a levels - I do English lit, politics, history and French. Don't worry about history because it sounds like you did fine at GCSE and as long as you're willing to work you'll make the jump to a level ok. It is a massive jump to do be prepared for complete other level of effort. It's really good tho!
Finally someone that does History, and at History (GCSE) my teacher said I I was very good at rembering the content but I am terrible at structuring and knowing how to answer the questions and I don't know how much that will let me down at A level, plus how much revision do you do to pass it or say on track (btw I got a 5 in my firat mock which is a C/B, the teacher doesn't no the grade boundary so she just made an educated guess