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    Im in year ten and I an starting to think about what to chose for my A-levels. Im currently in the middle of a Engineering Diploma worth seven GCSE's and dont find it too difficult. Here are some of the things i would like to know:

    Is Physics pointless without maths?

    Btec or A-Level Engineering?

    Stay at School Sixth Form or go to nearest college?

    Hope you can help.
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    I did maths and physics for A level - those in my class that didn't study maths found the course very difficult! I definitely wouldn't recommend doing Physics without maths
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    You'll need Maths for physics, it will help you a lot, specially when you come to mechanics. It's not impossible to do physics only though.
    I'd say school sixth form
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    Cheers, im just not that confident with maths. Science I find pretty simple and enjoy it too.
 
 
 
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