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1. is A-level more complex and detail than GCSE ?
2. Is everything in GCSE is in A-level and is everything in A-level not in GCSE, so if yes does it mean if i just do A-level does it mean ill cover everything in GCSE but if i do A-level does it mean it wont cover everything in GCSE?
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1. No A levels are substantially easier than gcses
2. No everything in a levels is covered in gcses so you theres really no point going to college for 2 years. You could take your a levels right now

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sorry for the sarcasm but i think the answers to these questions are pretty obvious
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(Original post by tej3141)
1. No A levels are substantially easier than gcses
2. No everything in a levels is covered in gcses so you theres really no point going to college for 2 years. You could take your a levels right now

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sorry for the sarcasm but i think the answers to these questions are pretty obvious
well im just making sure anyways
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(Original post by IccyCactus)
1. is A-level more complex and detail than GCSE ?
2. Is everything in GCSE is in A-level and is everything in A-level not in GCSE, so if yes does it mean if i just do A-level does it mean ill cover everything in GCSE but if i do A-level does it mean it wont cover everything in GCSE?
1. A Levels are a lot more complex than GCSEs and they carry a much heavier workload. I did not revise for my GCSEs and my lowest grade was an A. During Year 12, even with 2 months of studying my grades were BBB (Bio, Chem, Maths).

2. Nope A Levels build on the foundations of GCSE so everything in your GCSEs might not even be covered in your A Levels.
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