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Anyone's dcs studying Religious Studies (Philosophy and Ethics) A level?

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fortuneandglory Thu 05-May-16 13:08:33

And are they enjoying it? Dd has a place at 6th form and is currently timetabled for 4 A levels (RS is one). We don't really know much about it. She is currently doing RS GCSE and is predicted a high grade.

Diddlydokey Thu 05-May-16 13:09:59

I did it and enjoyed it. I also did Philosophy at Uni.

fortuneandglory Thu 05-May-16 13:11:26

Thank you diddlydokey. She loves it at gcse. Can imagine her doing philosophy at uni.

ThroughThickAndThin01 Thu 05-May-16 13:11:54

Ds2 is. AS last year. A level coming up. He LOVES it. He's found it fascinating.

DubiousCredentials Thu 05-May-16 13:21:59

I did it at A level a ahem few years ago. Loved it. Really interesting. I was a firm Catholic when I started the course and came out agnostic. Many A few years later I realised I had become a die hard atheist and feel like I have done the proper research to justify my opinion.

Really interesting and also it wasn't a popular subject so as a quieter student I really enjoyed the smaller classes.

Pootles2010 Thu 05-May-16 13:25:31

Snap Dubious! Except happy clappy free church rather than Catholic. I did theology and philosophy with eng. lit at uni - really enjoyed it! I think if you enjoy the subject that's the most important thing.

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