Drama1Llama
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I'm planning to drop psychology in favour of maths since all of psychology is basically memorisation and the content isn't stimulating down the line. I chose maths since I wanted to be stimulated, put more hard work in it and try and enjoy myself. How is the jump from GCSE to A level and do your results come from being smart or hard work? P.s I am doing Biolgoy and Chemistry alongside it and I'm unsure of what to do in the future
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I did GCSE maths early so i had about a year of no maths at all. The transition was, lets say painful, but tbh it's not too bad. You definitely have to enjoy maths though, if you don't i wouldn't even consider. I think the transition will be fine if you got 9/8/7 at GCSE. However, just to leave more options open to you, i would recommend doing at least 1 essay based subject, unless you are 100% dead set on sciences. Anyway, best of luck to you with A levels (:
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