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    Hey. I really want to do physics but my school has arranged the options in a way that I can't do it next year so I was thinking about teaching my self and seeing if I could do the practical exams their however I was wondering what your thoughts were. I love physics so I would rather be reading a textbook on physics than watching a rugby match what exam boards do you recommend and what should I buy?

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    Is there no way you can work around your options? Physics definitely isn't an easy subject so self teaching will be hard and require a lot of perseverance. I'd recommend looking at the specifications of different exams boards and see which suits you best.
    However you said that you want to do the practicals with your school so wouldn't it make sense to so the same exam board as them? The teachers will also be able to help you.
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