- What are the easiest A levels to pass?
- Which science is hardest?
- What are the hardest A levels?
- What is the average number of GCSEs passed?
- What is the easiest GCSE?
- What percentage of people pass GCSE?
- What happens if you fail GCSEs?
- How many GCSEs is a good amount?
- Are SATs harder than GCSEs?
- What percentage is a 9 in GCSE?
- Is 8 an A * in GCSE?
- Is it better to take 3 or 4 A levels?
- Is there an advantage to doing 4 A levels?
- What is the maximum amount of A levels you can take?
- What GCSEs are the hardest?
- How many GCSEs can you take 2019?
- Which is the hardest science GCSE?

## What are the easiest A levels to pass?

The 10 Easiest A-Level Subjects In 2020 (Ranked)A-Level Film Studies.

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A-Level Geography.

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A-Level Art.

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A-Level Archaeology.

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A-Level Sociology.

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A-Level Food Studies.

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A-Level IT.

Coming in at a close second is A-Level IT.

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A-Level Religious Studies.

At number one on this list, the easiest A-Level you can take is A-Level Religious Studies.More items…•.

## Which science is hardest?

However, the general consensus among students and teachers is that chemistry is the hardest A Level science. In some senses it combines the sheer amount of content in biology with the mathematical skills required for physics, which can often be seem daunting to some students.

## What are the hardest A levels?

According to SnapRevise, the hardest A-Level subjects to study are:Modern foreign languages.Further maths.History.Physics.English literature.Chemistry.Maths.Psychology.More items…•

## What is the average number of GCSEs passed?

The majority of students took 8 or 9 GCSE subjects (50.1%). Meanwhile a small percentage of students took 10 or more GCSE exams (17.7%) in 2019, a total of 103,000 students.

## What is the easiest GCSE?

The Top 10 Easiest GCSEsPhysics – 41.8% of students achieving As or above. … Biology – 41.4% of students achieving As or above. … Further additional science – 35.3% of students achieving As or above. … Music – 30.8% of students achieving As or above. … Religious studies – 29.5% of students achieving As or above.More items…•

## What percentage of people pass GCSE?

There has been a slight increase in the GCSE pass rate and the percentage of top grades this year, despite concerns about the difficulty of exams. The pass rate edged up to 67.3% in England, Wales and Northern Ireland – up 0.4 percentage points on last year.

## What happens if you fail GCSEs?

Resit your GCSEs through your school You can still enrol to retake your GCSEs at a local school or college. This means you’ll have a timetable and attend classes with other GCSE students. For Maths and English, resitting is compulsory if you haven’t achieved a pass (grade 4).

## How many GCSEs is a good amount?

five GCSEsMost people study for at least five GCSEs, but many study for ten or more! Most young people try to study for as many GCSEs as they are able. Crucial: GCSE grades are changing from letter grades A*-G to number grades 9-1.

## Are SATs harder than GCSEs?

“Harder” is a difficult question to answer. SATs, everyone sits the same test and it is graded on a scale from 400 – 1600. GCSEs everyone sits a different number, sits different subjects, and they are graded from 1 – 9. … Only a few hundred people in the entire UK will get straight “9”s on their GCSEs.

## What percentage is a 9 in GCSE?

20%Setting grade standards for new GCSEs The approach to awarding the top grades will be the same for all GCSE subjects. A formula will be used that means that around 20% of all grades at 7 or above will be a grade 9.

## Is 8 an A * in GCSE?

Grade 8 is the equivalent of in between grades A* and A. Grade 7 is the equivalent of a grade A. Grade 6 is the equivalent of just above a grade B. Grade 5 is the equivalent of in between grades B and C.

## Is it better to take 3 or 4 A levels?

‘Certainly at A-levels there is robust evidence to suggest that students that do four A-levels achieve better and their grades are higher than those who do three, even though they started at the same GCSE level. … Pupils are required to take three A-levels in order to get on to most university courses.

## Is there an advantage to doing 4 A levels?

Taking four A level subjects in year 12 Taking four subjects allows students to make a decision a year later about which subject to drop and which three to take in full. The benefit of the fourth subject is that it gives students the opportunity to get something wrong.

## What is the maximum amount of A levels you can take?

fiveYou can take a maximum of five A Levels, although most universities are happy to offer you a place based on three subjects. However this number is often excluding general studies, so check with your university choice first if you’re planning on taking three including general studies.

## What GCSEs are the hardest?

So in no particular order, here are the subjects that we believe are the toughest GCSEs to do well in!Music. … English Literature. … Maths. … Sciences. … Engineering. … Drama. … Geography. Similar to History, Geography is largely essay based (although sometimes exam questions may be short answer too). … Computing/Computer Science.More items…•

## How many GCSEs can you take 2019?

How many GCSEs should I take? You should expect to take around nine subjects. Most courses and jobs you might want to apply for in the future require you to have grades between 9 and 4 in a minimum of five subjects.

## Which is the hardest science GCSE?

A-Level PhysicsA-Level Physics is considered as one of the hardest courses due to the amount and complexity of material as well as the difficulty of exam questions. Even though, the subject is quite interesting and compelling for many of the students.