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    As in title.

    If anyone has done these previously please let me know what you think!
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    Basically, it's subjective. Some people just click with maths better, and others just have an aptitude for Physics.
    Obviously, there is less mathematical content in Physics than there is in Maths, so decide whether that is a good thing or not.
    Also, is it a case of Physics or maths? In that case, I'd take Maths. Physics proves quite difficult if you haven't done maths.

    Thats just my two cents.
    So to answer your question:
    Maths is easier, but that's just my opinion.
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    (Original post by chapmouse)
    Basically, it's subjective. Some people just click with maths better, and others just have an aptitude for Physics.
    Obviously, there is less mathematical content in Physics than there is in Maths, so decide whether that is a good thing or not.
    Also, is it a case of Physics or maths? In that case, I'd take Maths. Physics proves quite difficult if you haven't done maths.

    Thats just my two cents.
    So to answer your question:
    Maths is easier, but that's just my opinion.
    Yeah i get you.

    Im picking three AHs next year, bio chem and probably math.

    If i did physics i would have to do a whole extra investigation which would be doable with me.

    Two investigations are enough!

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