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    Honest opinions please!! I’m quite strong at maths AS and I did ad maths at GCSE as well but would it require a lot of work to get that A* or is it within my range of capabilities..
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    nope
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    Yh of course, we take it as a doss subject because it's basically the same as GCSE but with different numbers I've struggled more for GCSE maths than A-Level tbh
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    No. It’s not. Every A-level (almost) is difficult and getting an A* is no walk in the park. In my experience, AS maths was really difficult because I didn’t do additional maths in GCSEs so the transition was really hard but I made an effort to study it effectively to get an A in AS.
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    It depends on yr fascination. GCSE maths was very trivial and is easy however for A-level maths you'll need a consistent dedication and passion towards the subject if you want to get an A*. I personally think its about your interest as for me I find it really easy due to my large interest however not having an interest doesnt necessarily mean your going to fail, you just need to be analytical and logical XD
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