Subject combi

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Subject combi

Postby Cityofmermaids » Thu Jan 16, 2014 12:33 pm

Hi!! I got L1R5 of 8 raw, planning to do arts in jc
However for a particular jc I'm looking at, it only offers H2 geog/history/econs and either H1 or H2 maths.
I would like to take H2 maths, however that means I have to take 4H2 subjects, which I'm afraid I might not be able to cope.
In another case, if I take H1 maths, from what I know, I can go apply for limited courses in uni :(
Am at a loss whether to take H1 or H2 maths, and is H2 geog and history too content heavy?
Pls advice thanks

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Re: Subject combi

Postby Skyed » Thu Jan 16, 2014 7:15 pm

Take h2 math first then drop if cannot cope after your mid year or promo exam. Both are super content heavy. (Geog is even more than bio and as a student taking bio... At times you will wonder how your brain is gonna fit all this info).

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Re: Subject combi

Postby Skyed » Thu Jan 16, 2014 7:15 pm

Take h2 math first then drop if cannot cope after your mid year or promo exam. Both are super content heavy. (Geog is even more than bio and as a student taking bio... At times you will wonder how your brain is gonna fit all this info).

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Re: Subject combi

Postby Skyed » Thu Jan 16, 2014 7:18 pm

Take h2 math first then drop if cannot cope after your mid year or promo exam. Both are super content heavy. (Geog is even more than bio and as a student taking bio... At times you will wonder how your brain is gonna fit all this info).

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