Alevel sociology or something else?

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I am currently doing GCSE sociology and have gotten pretty bored of the course and teacher. Is Alevel sociology much different or should I consider a different course? if so what would you recommend to go along side biology and maths?
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I am currently doing GCSE sociology and have gotten pretty bored of the course and teacher. Is Alevel sociology much different or should I consider a different course? if so what would you recommend to go along side biology and maths?
i would recommend chemistry
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I am currently doing GCSE sociology and have gotten pretty bored of the course and teacher. Is Alevel sociology much different or should I consider a different course? if so what would you recommend to go along side biology and maths?
I did sociology at both gcse and a-level (although it was a while ago).
I found that a-level was more in depth than gcse. Some topics were the same as gcse, and some topics were completely new.
I found both gcse and a-level interesting.
If you did it at a-level would you have the same teacher or possibly a different one?
What are you thinking of doing after a-levels?
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I did sociology at both gcse and a-level (although it was a while ago).
I found that a-level was more in depth than gcse. Some topics were the same as gcse, and some topics were completely new.
I found both gcse and a-level interesting.
If you did it at a-level would you have the same teacher or possibly a different one?
What are you thinking of doing after a-levels?
I'd have the same teacher. and honestly I haven't a clue what I'd do after alevels, probably uni but not sure what course
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I'd have the same teacher. and honestly I haven't a clue what I'd do after alevels, probably uni but not sure what course
I found it my easiest subject, but that obviously gonna be different for different people.
Id look into the specification to see if you think you would like it or not.
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alright, thank you. I find it easy too, but that's part of the problem, I like the challenge of something like maths, so sociology just gets repetitive
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alright, thank you. I find it easy too, but that's part of the problem, I like the challenge of something like maths, so sociology just gets repetitive
It may be worth having that as an easy subject alongside 2 harder/more challenging subjects.
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that sounds a smart plan. thank you
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