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I got new coloured paper for my revision cards as well new pens to match. I was just wondering what colours you associate with each A Level, and to see if it suits me.

I’m taking Biology, Chemistry and Psychology. I have a range of colours, from blue to purple to red to black.
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I would probably associate biology=yellow, chemistry=blue and psychology=purple but that’s just me
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Psychology is definitely a pink/purple color.
Biology is green for me (probably bc of the cgp guides during gcse)
And chemistry is orangeee
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Psychology is definitely a pink/purple color.
Biology is green for me (probably bc of the cgp guides during gcse)
And chemistry is orangeee
Also, are you me bc I’m taking the same subjectss
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I had different folders for each subject, biology was green, chemistry was red, history was purple and maths was orange
Just personal preference
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Biology- red/pink
Chemistry- blue/green
Psychology- purple/grey
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(Original post by Nagakami)
I got new coloured paper for my revision cards as well new pens to match. I was just wondering what colours you associate with each A Level, and to see if it suits me.

I’m taking Biology, Chemistry and Psychology. I have a range of colours, from blue to purple to red to black.
If I would order the subjects by colours, Biology would definetely green, Chemistry purple, Physics in blue, Mathematics whatever red and history in a brown hue.

As you can see I use different colours with clear nuances just to have a clear structure for my revision cards.
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Biology is green
Chemistry is red
Psychology is purple
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I would probably associate biology=yellow, chemistry=blue and psychology=purple but that’s just me
Biology yellow??

What type of monster are you?
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Biology is green
Chemistry is red
Psychology is purple
^^^This

I can't imagine any other colour representing these subjects
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Biology yellow??

What type of monster are you?
Haha 😂 i think it’s just because my biology exercise books were always yellow
Green could work too though!
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Haha 😂 i think it’s just because my biology exercise books were always yellow
Green could work too though!
Having yellow exercise books for biology is a sin.
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Having yellow exercise books for biology is a sin.
What did yellow ever do to you?
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What did yellow ever do to you?
It put itself on someones biology book.
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Having yellow exercise books for biology is a sin.
Yep, tink so too. Green is the only colour which come into question (and hues of this colour!). Everything else does not match.
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Ooo, these are all certainly interesting colour combinations.

So for Biology so far I’ve decided to do Pink/Green, Chemistry blue/purple, Psychology Red/yellow

What do you think? Yes or something else?
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(Original post by Nagakami)
Ooo, these are all certainly interesting colour combinations.

So for Biology so far I’ve decided to do Pink/Green, Chemistry blue/purple, Psychology Red/yellow

What do you think? Yes or something else?
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Biology must be green, no question about it.
Chemistry? I'd say red or yellow (I mean preferably red )
Psychology? Purple or blue (but leaning towards purple)
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I always do
Green for bio
Purple for chem,
I don’t take psych but I’d do pink or blue personally
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****... no-one here remembers how industry worked before computers but it did. Everything was colour coded! Blue slips, green slips, pink slips... all for different functions. Yep...
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****... no-one here remembers how industry worked before computers but it did. Everything was colour coded! Blue slips, green slips, pink slips... all for different functions. Yep...
I’m not all too sure what you mean by that. Care to explain?
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