Which is harder A levelWatch
I have no experience of doing either history or law, so I can't say specifically. However, I am confident that if you put me in a law lesson, I would be either heading for the hills or dropping it like a brick. The main point here is the harder one should be the one you enjoy the least, and the one that fits with your style of thinking the least.
I could do economics and get straight As, but if you put me in a lesson in law I'd probably get straight Us.
Whilst it's not impossible for you to turn things around mid-year and get As instead of Us (plenty have done it before), it's going to be a long winded and tiring trip.
I also take it that you have decided on your university course or the type of job you want to go into, as these choices can affect which A Level you take on, irrespective of how hard they can be.
Guys I’m thinking taking either history or business...which one should I take... my other subs are economics and law and I need a preferred subject aswell.Is history very hard or business?Length doesn’t matter because law is also very lengthy so I don’t care about lengthy answers.
Certain economics and finance degrees will require you to have studied A Level Maths. Some require you to have studied further maths because of how quantitiative the degrees are. Have you checked up on the specific degree you want? You are more likely to find a BA in economics that don't specifically ask for an A Level in maths than a BSc.
However, as I’m pretty sure someone else already said, some universities may not accept business and economics as separate A-Levels, so I’d be wary of taking both.
Which subject is going to be harder is a matter of your past experiences and interests. Many people have told me that Maths and Further Maths are incredibly hard. I found them incredibly easy, spending less than 2 hours studying both daily during my A2.
Check the syllabus, understand which one of the subjects captivates you more and which one you are more willing to study for 2 years and consider you have your question answered.