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    Hi,
    I have just applied to do a degree in Mchem and my a levels where chemistry maths and biology. After doing my first year in A levels I realised how interested I am in chemistry and physics. I enjoy chemistry a lot and i am really passionate about it but sometimes I think I would also enjoy physics. If I did a Mchem and decided at the end that I actually think I would like to do physics (which by the end i most likely wont) would i be able to do a masters in physics in 1 year? I dont have physics a level but can i still apply? or would it be better to try and apply for a PhD in physics? I am really confused about what science discipline I want to enter but out of chem and physics only chemistry is the option open to me right now any help is much appreciated! thankyou btw I am just about to take my a2's and my grades are predicted A*A*A if this helps at all.
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    I'd imagine a switch into a discipline the the vein of chemical physics would be possible, however I'm not sure how easy it would be to go into a physics masters with a chemistry degree, you'd be missing a lot of material.
 
 
 
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