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    (Original post by furryface12)
    To do chemistry or further maths for A2? Hate making decisions :mad:


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    (Original post by furryface12)
    To do chemistry or further maths for A2? Hate making decisions :mad:


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    Is that even a question? :smug: Further maths of course!
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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    What do you wish to do?
    Physics, I would be predicted a B in both and need to do a retake for both, so it's just down to the actual subjects I think :s


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    (Original post by Felix Felicis)
    Is that even a question? :smug: Further maths of course!
    You're just biased

    But seriously, I actually think that might be better for a physics degree...


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    (Original post by furryface12)
    Physics, I would be predicted a B in both and need to do a retake for both, so it's just down to the actual subjects I think :s


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    I think it's safe to say, most definitely Further Maths. You'll be glad you took it when you start your degree.
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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    I think it's safe to say, most definitely Further Maths. You'll be glad you took it when you start your degree.
    Ahh ok thank you- there are other strings attached which I don't really want to go into on here, but I think I'll just have to go for that as it does seem the more sensible option :yep: Thank you!


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    (Original post by furryface12)
    You're just biased

    But seriously, I actually think that might be better for a physics degree...


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    Seriously though, objectively Further Maths will be miles more useful for your physics degree. More maths can never be a bad thing.
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    (Original post by Felix Felicis)


    Seriously though, objectively Further Maths will be miles more useful for your physics degree. More maths can never be a bad thing.
    I have to say I agree with one sentence of that more than the other, but thank you I'm coming to you when I get stuck on FP2 though, the other modules should be alright hopefully


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    (Original post by furryface12)
    To do chemistry or further maths for A2? Hate making decisions :mad:


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    what do you want to do at uni?

    EDIT: just read above!!
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    (Original post by jld310)
    what do you want to do at uni?
    Physics, so I think the further maths is going to be better. Chemistry's more interesting but the teachers are awful and my AS grade is worse, so maybe it's better all ways round


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    what do you want to do at uni?

    EDIT: just read above!!
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    I miss GCSEs... No stress!

    Not the actual qualifications, A Level subjects are fine.

    Just the actual change in life now
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    (Original post by Pandora.)
    Organising folders is the worst thing ever.

    :indiff:
    My apartment is so unitdy :eek:. Once I sort that out on Friday, I'll organise my folders and stuff .
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    gg first lesson cancelled out of two lessons
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    gg first lesson cancelled out of two lessons
    I see
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    First day today. Timetable is really bad
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    My apartment is so unitdy :eek:. Once I sort that out on Friday, I'll organise my folders and stuff .
    I hate tidying. It's so time consuming!

    A good first day back, I think! Looking forward to tomorrow.
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    First day back today!

    Have like the busiest timetable in the year (3 days with lessons full day, no lunch break or anything :cry2:) but finish early on 4 days which is nice. :awesome: And a day with just maths... :woo:
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    I'd rather have all lessons and early release or something...

    I have annoying random frees

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