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So, i'll be starting college sometime soon and I was wondering whether to take physics at A-Level. I already know it turns very similar to maths but I don't know whether I would enjoy it?

I am good at maths and science but I would like to know what sort of things you study.
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(Original post by Moonie Pie)
So, i'll be starting college sometime soon and I was wondering whether to take physics at A-Level. I already know it turns very similar to maths but I don't know whether I would enjoy it?

I am good at maths and science but I would like to know what sort of things you study.
Physics isn't very similar to Maths, to be honest. The level of maths in physics at A Level is really not very advanced. What you study will depend on the specification that the college does so for the best answer, you'll need to find out which board the college uses and find the relevant specification.
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Do you know what the curriculum is for Physics with AQA? Also, how different would you say it is to GCSE Physics (P5 and P6)?
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