Who's staying for A-level after GCSE is over, if you do A-level, what's it like?

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I'm kinda dreading it...

Posted: 09-05-12 17:49 by Neon

Im not, because ive decided to only do things i like, unlike gcse.

im doing art, art_textiles, photography and english lit. what are you doing?

Posted: 09-05-12 17:50 by Renn

I'm doing:

  • History (yay :D)
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Maths&Further Maths (uh oh D:)
Posted: 09-05-12 17:52 by Neon

my brain would probable explode doing those things! you so brave

Posted: 09-05-12 17:53 by Renn

me bt i probably am gnna rethink bout doin it

im sik of exams nd work nd writin

Posted: 09-05-12 17:54 by Sabah x

well, I don't have much of a social life XD so I should be able to manage * fingers crossed *

Posted: 09-05-12 17:54 by Neon

Lool i still dnt know wat too do.

Wnated tu do Art for one of my GCSEs buut ive gone more towards science? but can i do art for A-level?

Posted: 09-05-12 17:56 by в

I think as long as you an do art then probably yes :)

Posted: 09-05-12 18:01 by Neon

ohh.. im owt of GCSE options soo i guess i *** :(

Posted: 09-05-12 18:02 by в

Don't worry too much, I decided against doing Art GCSE, and I draw in my CID lessons instead :P

Posted: 09-05-12 18:04 by Neon

wahh's CID ??? :$

Posted: 09-05-12 18:04 by в

It's where they teach you all of the junk the government says we need to know, sex ed, citizenship, laws... that stuff :P I haven't listened in a single lesson, and I still got an A in my mock exam! LOL! XD

Posted: 09-05-12 18:06 by Neon

WOOOOOOOOOW urrr CLEVER!

I hate Cp>> got a exam next week -__-

Posted: 09-05-12 18:08 by в

It's not that I'm clever, it's just that most of it is common sense! :P

Posted: 09-05-12 18:15 by Neon

im doingg maths, englang/lit, sociology and either law or psychology :L

Posted: 09-05-12 21:12 by Ayshh:)

oooooooooh law, very posh :) hey again by the way :D

Posted: 09-05-12 21:16 by Neon

LOL me and posh just doesnt go together :L,, hiiii :)

Posted: 09-05-12 21:35 by Ayshh:)

I object, your honour! and hows the chem going?

Posted: 09-05-12 21:36 by Neon

last year of a levels  (yayy :D) am doing all three sciences, a level is definately harder than GCSE you have to revise way more even though only three or four subjects :/ but its more interesting than GCSE =)

Posted: 10-05-12 14:17 by flower123

You can do art at A-level even if you don't do it at GCSE- one of my friends are doing it at A-level when they didn't do it as an option all they had to do was make a portfolio showcasing some art work they have done and write a letter saying why they want to take art. :) Next year is going to be my first year of A-levels- I can't wait to move schools (and I get a moped as its cheaper than a bus pass in the long run) I'm taking sociology, psychology, mathematics and applied ICT :D

Posted: 10-05-12 16:11 by aimee

I do:

-English lit

-Geography

-Sociology

-Biology

-General studies

For AS :)

I do find it hard, especially with biology (i.e I'm hoping to get an E in that haha!), as there is so much more work than at GCSE. Also I find that I miss the variety that I had at GCSE, going from 11 subjects to 5 is a huuuge change!

Just get a couple of revision books and read them over the summer :) hopefully the weather brightens up so you can do it down the beach! Haha :) ***

Posted: 10-05-12 16:24 by Lauren

For A level I plan to do geography, IT, english lit & lang, Psychology

Posted: 12-05-12 20:04 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR