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    Did you do Physics at A-Level and if so, how/how did it not help???
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    Chemistry and Biology are where it's at.
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    No, I didn't. I could have done with it for all of about 2 lectures in first year, but after that I don't think it was really needed.
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    I didn't. Don't think it would be of any benefit.
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    I did it to AS level and haven't found it to be helpful
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    I did it. Statistics would have been much more use though.
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    I give it an hour before a schoolkid tells us we're wrong.
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    Dont be one of those applicants who has Maths, Bio, Chem and Physics. They just look so boring! Do something else that's a bit different to break up the monotony...maybe a language or music?
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    I didn't - so far it doesn't seem as though it is of any relevance.
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    (Original post by graemematt)
    Dont be one of those applicants who has Maths, Bio, Chem and Physics. They just look so boring! Do something else that's a bit different to break up the monotony...maybe a language or music?
    Have to agree here. There are just so many applicants with this combination of subjects, me being one of them!

    I actually wish I didn't take physics, and took something more hands on such as Design and tech. :o:
 
 
 
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