Does anyone do biology, maths and psychology for A levels?Watch
I did biology and maths at A level. Biology has a large amount of content to learn so out of my subjects (bio, chem, physics, maths), biology had the largest workload. Maths wasn't too bad workload wise. A lot of the early topics in year 12 heavily overlapped with some GSCE content so they were pretty simple (for me at least). Consistency is key with those two subjects. Make sure you make notes from the start, create revision resources from pretty early on and do lots of practice exam questions as part of you revision.
I'm choosing these subjects for A levels and I'm wondering what the work load is like
you can just use questions you've found in past papers and if you revise each paragraph on how you've answered them you can usually insert those paragraphs into similar questions. Biology is also pretty content heavy, luckily biology and psych overlap a bit and also doing maths will help when doing chi squared tests etc. For Bio i just used flash cards using the GGP books (I use Anki, its been really good so far) also using the markscheme is key as even if you answer a question sometimes you'll lose marks for not saying it in a certain way, plus biology often asks the same questions in different ways. For Bio and Psych I think the best way to memorise is to use active recall eg if you're learning about Mitosis then write as much as you know about it and then go over what you didn't remember then repeat. For Maths I'm also just doing notes/flashcards just so i can refer back to it when I get confused or forget something, but there are some pretty good websites as well that can help. you can choose your exam board and it has past papers and tutorials on each topic that could help. Sorry for the long paragraph I hope this helps