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    out of all four (including maths)...what is the "easiest" to do. I know it depends on a range of things but still.....I wna know

    Oh and and try and give reasons for your opinion please...
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    biology or chemistry as they are at no harder level than GCSE...but simple have more content
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    maths or physics.
    the other two mean learning facts, whereas maths and physics is just learning how to apply equations.

    obviously if you just prefer learning tonnes and tonnes of facts then biology would be for you
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    I found biology to be the easiest. There's quite a bit of material to cover but the concepts are straightforward.
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    Maths is probably easiest..
    Followed by biology, although the ideas take longer to understand than maths..
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    okkayyy....seems like its between maths and biology
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    Psychology is now a science - so that or biology.
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    Ahhh I think maths is the most difficult!! Not sure about physics, but biology has the most content but it's all pretty easy to learn. Chemistry has less, lots of it is organic chemistry equations etc but the concepts are slightly harder. But thats just my opinion.
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    not physics!
    id say maths or biology,or if you can human biology
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    Maths, no practicals, and lots of colleges offer it in a year (for students wanting to do FM :awesome:)
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    maths no contest.
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    Maths, or biology
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    I found biology much, much easier than either chemistry, maths or physics.
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    biology or maths. i would say definitely not chemistry... but that's just me
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    mathsssssss!

    biology is gay
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    Biology by far. Trust me I did all of them at AS. Dropped Maths as it was fat.
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    Biology is horrible
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    Maths or Chemistry by far.
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    Biology/Psychology.
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    I do all four. Biology is by far the easiest, all you need to do is learn the material. The only possible problem is the awkward exam questions and random analysis of graphs. But that depends on your exam board I'm guessing.

    In Chemistry there are some annoying concepts to understand and some calculations and stuff which need to be done and certain procedures to follow in these calculations and it's all a pain in the ass. Physics is just difficult all round, especially the concepts and application of these concepts. With Maths, it's pretty subjective. If you're good at Maths all you have to do is learn how to work certain things out, use some logic, apply it and learn some equations. If you're not then don't bother.
 
 
 
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