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    I have decided on taking chemistry biology maths and History for AS however i was wondering will the workload be too much for these subjects. I am willing to put in my all and i did get A's in GCSE for the 4 subjects i have listed. But will it not be enough and should i loose one of the subject and put in a easier one if so which one? Or is the workload not as big as many people have made it out to be.

    Hope you understood by question, thanks in advance for any advice
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    It is a big workload, and I wouldn't recommend taking them unless your willing to sacrifice all your free time.
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    its not all that difficult to combine chemistry history and biology and maths...a friend did it and got AAAB...so as long as you think you can handle it... (CHEM + BIO + maths= lots of learning....history = lots of essay writing)
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    Nah. It's fine! I had a pretty simular work load - biology, physics, chemistry and religous studies. Found I had LOADS of spare time! The quanitity and difficulty of A levels really is over-rated.
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    Thanks alot for your advice
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