I didnt do statistics at GCSE however i did maths and Physics and got an A in both. At the moment ive chosen maths, further maths, economics and statistics. However, I feel that it may be better to do physics? I have family that have done physics at a levels and didnt enjoy it much. I want to have a balance within my a levels. I want to do a degree in either maths or economics or finance to go on and work in the financial field as a financial advisor, accountant or in actuary. Ive also been told by my teacher's that physics is a super hard a level... i dont know what to do... and of course i dont want to be in a position where im bored of maths. I plan to work really hard and do at least 2 to 3 hours of self revision each day, with weekends being at least 5 to 6. At GCSE i didnt really enjoy the lenses and the waves topics, however i enjoyed the rest. I also know that if my p2 and p3 exams werent consecutive, it would have been a lot more easier to revise and remember things.
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