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    I’m considering of doing ‘A levels’ in one year to get BCC is it possible. What subjects are the easiest to get these grades if possible?. The course I want is psychology. And i never did A levels before but i did the Irish leaving cert which is something like a level with just more subjects and the subject are not as much in dept

    Edit: thanks everyone . Would it be still possible for me to get these grades even if i did a distance learning course ??
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    BCC should be pretty easy in a year
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    (Original post by abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz)
    BCC should be pretty easy in a year
    thnx but what subjects should i do ??
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    Maths for the easy A
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    (Original post by CR234)
    thnx but what subjects should i do ??
    any?
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    (Original post by CR234)
    thnx but what subjects should i do ??
    It depends what you think you're best at! For example I would recommend maths as one of them as I find it quite easy but you might disagree. What exams did you get your highest result in your Irish exams? They should be the ones you do.
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    (Original post by sssdeol1)
    Maths for the easy A
    :eyebrow::rofl:
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    (Original post by CR234)
    I’m considering of doing ‘A levels’ in one year to get BCC is it possible. What subjects are the easiest to get these grades if possible?. The course I want is psychology. And i never did A levels before but i did the Irish leaving cert which is something like a level with just more subjects and the subject are not as much in dept
    Yeah... In my AS year, I got BCC in Biology, Chemistry and Physics respectfully. That was without revising tho... :eek3:

    But I believe it's more than possible
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    How "easy" A levels are is really subjective. Some of the more traditional A levels are really skill-based like English Literature or Maths, so if your English or Maths skills are brilliant you could get a good grade with minimal effort. Other subjects that are seen as softer like Psychology are hardly skill based at all and just require you to memorise lots of facts. Like I said, easiness is subjective and depends on what your good at.
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    (Original post by sssdeol1)
    Maths for the easy A
    Are you joking? Maths is not an easy A:rofl:
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    Maths is only easy for people who are good at it.

    I'd recommend 3 out of this list:
    - business studies
    - sociology
    - media/film studies
    - politics (I hear A2 is very similar to AS?)
    - economics
    - law
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    (Original post by Adam92)
    Maths is only easy for people who are good at it.
    I'd recommend 3 out of this list:
    - business studies
    - sociology
    - media/film studies
    - politics (I hear A2 is very similar to AS?)
    - economics
    - law
    As is any subject. Are you really trying to tell me a poor reader/essay writer who is good at numerical subjects would find it easier to do Politics or law than maths?
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    (Original post by Nick_000)
    As is any subject. Are you really trying to tell me a poor reader/essay writer who is good at numerical subjects would find it easier to do Politics or law than maths?
    I mean it's harder to learn maths than another subject. If that person is good at numerical subjects, they will most likely be good at maths. I don't know where you got that in bold from.
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    thanks everyone . Would it be still possible for me to get these grades even if i did a distance learning course ??
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    yeah its possible as long as you are willing to put all of the work and effort in
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    ok....so how many hours should i study a day ??
 
 
 

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