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    I have recently finished my IGCSE's and i must pick my alevel subjects sometime next month. I was wondering, is taking chemistry, physics, biology and maths as "hard and impossible" as everyone describes it to be? and should i take another subject instead of one of the sciences?
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    It's not hard at all, just be prepared for the horror that is chemistry but it is still be very doable. Taking the 3 sciences or 2 and maths depends entirely on what you plan to do when you get to uni.

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    Depends what you want to go into after A-levels as to whether or not you should replace one with another subject, but no, it isn't "hard and impossible", which is proven by the popularity of that combination of subjects. They compliment each other well. Put the effort in and you'll be fine.


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