Further maths or History? Watch

timeandacrayon
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I am currently doing ASs in History, Physics, Philosophy and Maths. I was going to keep all four going next year but i now have the option to an AS in further maths next, which didnt used to be offered at my school. I want to do Physics and Philosophy Joint Honours at Uni and think that I should do Further Maths but i really love History and don't want to give it up.
What do I do?

Also I'm doing AQA Bacc (not IB) and think I'm going to give it up. Is it actually any use?
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Definitely further maths if you're planning on doing a physics degree!! A physics degree is basically an applied maths degree and FM will stand you in good stead.
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(Original post by Freerider101)
Definitely further maths if you're planning on doing a physics degree!! A physics degree is basically an applied maths degree and FM will stand you in good stead.
I thought this might be the case, thanks for the advice
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