Personally, I found my A-levels harder than my degree.
Has anyone else found this?
Maybe it's because your degree is usually specific to one area. Where as A-levels you have 4/5 different subjects to learn.
But then again degrees have different modules. I did journalism with social science, so throughout my degree I studied Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, shorthand and Quantatative Methods. All subjects I never touched at school.
I got BBC in my A-levels, yet got a 2:1 in my degree.