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Im in a crisis. Is there anyone who can suggest an easy a level subject to finish within 8 months?
Reply 1
If you could give abit more context maybe?
Original post by Shak288
Im in a crisis. Is there anyone who can suggest an easy a level subject to finish within 8 months?

idk depends on what grade u need. if its just a pass probs business or something but u gotta provide mor info
Reply 3
Original post by AAJXOXO
If you could give abit more context maybe?

This is june . I want to give exam on jan and get it over with. Not looking 4 a subject with 4 units, probably 2 units. And looking for a subject that doesn't feed a lot of information like in business u gotta remember tons of **** but I haven't experienced the same thing in english language. So yeah if my info provieds any help. Maths is easy 4 me too but it has got 4 units and I actually am lagged behind so gotta finish it fast
Reply 4
Original post by jake102:)
idk depends on what grade u need. if its just a pass probs business or something but u gotta provide mor info

For me grade c and d is ok since Im a bit late so I wanna finish it fast but I have put information below ( answer to the other person's question)if it helps. Also business requires tons of information and understanding like tons so its kind a hard for me
Reply 5
Original post by Shak288
This is june . I want to give exam on jan and get it over with. Not looking 4 a subject with 4 units, probably 2 units. And looking for a subject that doesn't feed a lot of information like in business u gotta remember tons of **** but I haven't experienced the same thing in english language. So yeah if my info provieds any help. Maths is easy 4 me too but it has got 4 units and I actually am lagged behind so gotta finish it fast


I think most A levels are a pain tbh. But if your college or sixthform offer btec level 3's like Criminology or something, combined with A levels u may be able to complete it ASAP. As btecs are normally all coursework which is easier to do than remembering or memorising content.

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