Hey i have been wondering, a student has approached me today and told me that a person in triple science would be better off doing science next year then a student doing combined or double. If this is true, please tell me thank you!
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Does doing Double science mean that i can only pick 2 sciences for A-level? watch
- Thread Starter
- 02-02-2018 21:49
- 02-02-2018 21:57
No that's not true at all, At the moment I'm doing chemistry and biology a level. I did additional science( double science) and my other friends did triple GCSEs but my friends are same level as me, It doesn't make different at all but I guess you just need to get above 77 in your GCSEs combine science tho otherwise it'll be hard
- 02-02-2018 22:00
I don't think you are at a disadvantage. Most people do double science at high school as triple is not always offered nor do people want extra exams. Because the A Levels are so different from the GCSEs the things you may need from GCSE you'll be able to read over in a night anyway. But it all should be taught from the basics so you'll be perfectly alright.
- 02-02-2018 22:02
No i'm sure you can pick any science at A-Level. Some of my friends did double at GCSE but picked sciences a A-Level.
Just as a note, If you do double at GCSE and are thinking of doing 2 or more sciences at A-Level, I would advise you to use some of your summer holidays after your exams to prepare to make sure that you are up to scratch and even look at A-level syllabus to get a head start!
- 03-02-2018 16:32
I'm have trouble with these question if someone can help me will be much appropriated