Alfiehayward03
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I am choosing my a level options at the moment but i'm unsure if i want to take philosophy, i want to take it because i'm interested in philosophy and interested in RE (which i'm also taking). But i heard its a lot of writing, i'm better at mathy subjects rather than lots of writing and essays. I think i would be great at the whole thinking side of things but i will probably not do so well at the writing. What are your opinions of philosophy a level... anything i should know before taking it?

Also is like English literature, where you just remember quotes and know how to write well, to get a good mark or is the mark more based of how well you can actually think and discuss the topics.
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all of re and philosophy is writing essays. if you dont like that then definitely dont pick it
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What are you thinking of doing at uni? That will probably determine if you do philosophy and rs at a level or not
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