(Original post by Esther-elizabeth)
I think that some people are just more "maths-y" than others (I suppose that shoud read mathematical!), anyway, they have an aptitude for figures. If you are one of those, then go Physics, otherwise Bio. Maybe that is too simplistic, and of course, other subject choices should be taken into account, pick subjects that go together well, Maths, Physics, Chem etc...
I did both at A-level and found Physics more difficult, but that's because I'm not that keen on Maths. Physics was interesting and more challenging, but that meant it took me some time to get some of the topics, which left me frustrated at times. Biology has a LOT of facts to learn, which can be tedious sometimes (and leaving you tearing your hair out when revising, stressing out that you'll never remember it all!), whereas Physics is more about understanding concepts. Physics is seen as more difficult and is therefore more respected. It depends what sort of person you are, I'm more of a Bio person and hence enjoyed Bio more, but enjoyed and found both interesting. It also depends on your teachers, so bear them in mind.
(Original post by chr15chr15)
physics ftw. But why add the other option surely that takes away from the point of finding out if physics or biology is better.
I saw one of these threads before and there was not an option for other subjects (maths chemistry and the like) and people started to whine so i put in other. In hindsight i should have not put it in , is there a way to remove it.