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    Options include:

    Chemistry
    Biology
    Physics
    Astrophysics
    Computer Science
    Mathematics (going to count it)

    Give a reason why too.
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    Easily chemistry - that's why I've taken it as far as uni. It's both really interesting and, being the central of the 3 main sciences, gets a bit of physics and biology seeping into it - so the best option really.
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    PHYSICS

    Simply because there's not much rote memorization.

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    Physics. All science is either physics or stamp collecting ...and stamp collecting is not in the list!
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    MATHEMATICS


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    Physics!!!
    It's the most fundamental science and can be used to really understand the world and the universe

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    Chemistry, naturally. The central science that links maths and the physical sciences with the life and earth sciences, so you get the best of both worlds. Plus, you get to fiddle with dangerous stuff that go boom. :ahee:

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    Do people sometimes get the misconception that physics at university is just maths in physics type problems, and not physics? What is your favourite area of scientific study?
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    Biology!

    Green icky stuff init.
 
 
 
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