College + Sixth form class sizes

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How many people did/do you guys have and in what subjects? I'm tryna see something...
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10-15 bio
10-15 chem
10 max eng lang
These are all aprox.
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10-15 bio
10-15 chem
10 max eng lang
These are all aprox.
Popular subjects! Thank you
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1 in French (just me), 3 in geography and my biggest was 9 in chemistry where we had two teachers per lesson to account for the bigger class size. (Including me)
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around 14-16 in maths chem and bio
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20-30 Chemistry
20-30 Biology
14 Maths and Further Maths (same classes for both)
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1 in French (just me), 3 in geography and my biggest was 9 in chemistry where we had two teachers per lesson to account for the bigger class size. (Including me)
French must have been lit then lol, was having the two teachers annoying or very useful? Thanks for responding.
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around 14-16 in maths chem and bio
Woah, was it extremely competitive then? Thanks for your answer
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10-12 in Religious Studies
10-15 in Law
Around 10 in sociology

I should also mention our year group was the smallest in the entire school. By the time we got into year 13, there was about 40 of us (maybe less)
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French must have been lit then lol, was having the two teachers annoying or very useful? Thanks for responding.
Very helpful. One was the primary teacher and the other one basically sat at the back of the classroom and added some comments and was always able to help if you were stuck on a question so you barely had to wait for anyone. It created more cross classroom discussion which I enjoyed in a bigger class size
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20-30 Chemistry
20-30 Biology
14 Maths and Further Maths (same classes for both)
I don't know how you managed that at a level!!! Was your school bigger than average? Thanks for your response
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I don't know how you managed that at a level!!! Was your school bigger than average? Thanks for your response
It was quite a big sixth form, around 1800. From just our year (not including the other year group at the college), there were at least 5 biology, 5 chemistry, and 5 maths classes (each with 20-30 students in) and two "maths and further maths" classes with 14/15 people in.
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10-12 in Religious Studies
10-15 in Law
Around 10 in sociology

I should also mention our year group was the smallest in the entire school. By the time we got into year 13, there was about 40 of us (maybe less)
That's quite nice actually, hopefully it felt like a family unit. I infer that you had classes with the same people then? Thanks for responding
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Maths - 20
Physics - 21
History - 12
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Woah, was it extremely competitive then? Thanks for your answer
oh lol, that was just my class sizes. my college is a secondary and college and there were around 200 in my year group.
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I wouldn't say English language is popular, but okay! 😀
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English lit - 16
History - 12
Geography - 11
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English Lit - 2
Maths - 9
Chemistry - 17
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Maths - 20
Physics - 21
History - 12
I think maths is one of the most popular subjects tbh. Thanks for your answer
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English lit - 16
History - 12
Geography - 11
Not too bad, thanks for answering
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