What are the easiest and hardest A-levels?Watch
Easiest to hardest:
Haven't started English Lit yet tho
(further maths is a cheat code for maths lmao, makes maths childsplay)
Chemistry - tbh wasn't even that difficult, just lots to know
Government and Politics
Pre U Physics
Just for the record, I put Pre U physics lower than chem because I think it's harder to get an A* in Chem than it is to get a D2 (the equivalent) in Pre U Physics. However the actual content in Chem is a lot simpler (and way less interesting imo)
Maths was pretty simple and then Further Maths was all good except for FP3, but it's still pretty hard to get at least 90 UMS average on 3 A2 modules, even if you do 5, so that's why I said it was hardest.
1. Media (Easiest)
2. Government & Politics
4. German (hardest)
Funnily enough my results indicate the reverse
English Lit and Lang (probably as I love it so much and want to do English at uni)
Psychology (it's never been hard, but the workload has been quite tough)
Spanish (boy oh boy)
Hardest: chemistry, physics, maths and further maths (conceptually hard), English Literature and History ('hard' in the sense that you have to read a lot, and then evaluate what you've read).
I didn't take any sciences, but I think it's generally accepted that maths/physics at an advanced level is difficult.