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    Hi,

    I just received my AS resulyts two days ago, but now I don't know if I should keep Maths or Physics ? I am also doing Biology and Chemistry in the hope of getting into medical school. I got straight A's, with 90% in Maths but I scraped the A in physics by 4 UMS marks

    I like them both equally, but I am definitely going to drop one as I don't think I will be able to carry on all 4, in addition to doing the EPQ. I want to keep the subject in which it is easier to get an A* in, as this is what I am aiming for.

    For extra info, I do OCR MEI Maths and I am going to do S1 in Year 13, as I have just done M1, and I do Edexcel Physics.

    Any advice will be appreciated
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    I love maths.
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    I think maths is more related to medicine.. i also love maths
 
 
 
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