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Chemistry, Biology or Physics are what I mean mainly.

Which topic did you enjoy most in that science?

Mine is physics and radioactivity
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I guess it depends on what we're doing in the topic!

Probably Chemistry or Human Biology. Then again, I do like the topics on energy in Physics.

Chemistry! :woo:
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My favourite science by far is physics and within that my favourite topic is energy & renewables
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My favourite is biology, because I find it's the most relevant and it's just so interesting to see how the world around us works! I think all of the sciences are great though, and I love how they all link together
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Physics and all of it (except electricity )
Mostly particle physics and astronomy.
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Biology - it's just so interesting and amazing how cells work and stuff

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In general physics, but at IGCSE Chemistry.
At AS chemistry as well so far.

At GCSE my fav topics were:
Physics - Radioactivity
Chemistry - Electrolysis
Biology - Enzymes

Least fav
Physics - Forces, velocity
Chemistry - None
Biology - ENVIRONMENT FFFF
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Biology because it's the only one I don't fail regularly...
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Physics- quantum is insane
but then I also love biology

not a fan of chem, although I do consider it as a branch of physics
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Chemistry I found it exceptionally boring at GCSE but at AS I'm finding it equally interesting and challenging. I also love biology but there is just so much content that it'll fry my brain sometimes!

On another note, I hated physics so much that I didn't even take it for GCSE.
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Physics and Chemistry. All others are inferior.
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All of them

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(Original post by karmacrunch)
I guess it depends on what we're doing in the topic!

Probably Chemistry or Human Biology. Then again, I do like the topics on energy in Physics.

Chemistry! :woo:
:woo::woo::woo: Haha I like hydrocarbons and atomic structure in chemistry :cool:
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(Original post by C0balt)
In general physics, but at IGCSE Chemistry.
At AS chemistry as well so far.

At GCSE my fav topics were:
Physics - Radioactivity
Chemistry - Electrolysis
Biology - Enzymes

Least fav
Physics - Forces, velocity
Chemistry - None
Biology - ENVIRONMENT FFFF
I'm considering AS Level Chemistry, what sort of stuff is on the syllabus? Do you mean the ecology stuff?
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I'm considering AS Level Chemistry, what sort of stuff is on the syllabus? Do you mean the ecology stuff?
There's some stuff on biology that looks at diversity & variation and the courtship behaviours which was weird as hell! I'm guessing that's what they're referring to!
Do chemistry AS! There's like bonding in more detail: van der waals, covalent bonding stuffs more and the organic chemistry is really interesting!
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My favourite would be chemistry, then biology, and least favourite is physics.
Favourite topics in each are stoichiometry, homeostasis and radioactivity.
Least favourite are condensation polymers (not a whole topic, I know, but still don't like them), not sure what my least favourite topic in biology is and I hate circuits and electricity, it's part of the reason physics is my least favourite science.
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(Original post by Strom)
I'm considering AS Level Chemistry, what sort of stuff is on the syllabus? Do you mean the ecology stuff?
For first week we've been told that how GCSE was a lie (electric configuration). We don't do 2,8,8 thing anymore (except a few occasions when that help explain things) and we use spdf notation lol. It was mind blowing and I thoroughly enjoy it :P We are getting closer to the truth of chemistry even though A level is still 'dumbed down' as they say

Just recently we learnt what oxidation state really means etc and it's been really interesting as well. We've touched things that we'd never seen in GCSE which is coooool :cool: For other teacher we've just been doing stoichiometry which isn't very exciting but I cal deal with that :P

I don't know about the whole syllabus but basically you do GCSE topics in more details with many new topics as well. Take a look at exam board website :P


Oh and yes, ecology ****
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My favourite is biology, because I find it's the most relevant and it's just so interesting to see how the world around us works! I think all of the sciences are great though, and I love how they all link together
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Biology - it's just so interesting and amazing how cells work and stuff

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I always found biology fascinating. The human body is complex yet incredible.

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(Original post by C0balt)
For first week we've been told that how GCSE was a lie (electric configuration). We don't do 2,8,8 thing anymore (except a few occasions when that help explain things) and we use spdf notation lol. It was mind blowing and I thoroughly enjoy it :P We are getting closer to the truth of chemistry even though A level is still 'dumbed down' as they say

Just recently we learnt what oxidation state really means etc and it's been really interesting as well. We've touched things that we'd never seen in GCSE which is coooool :cool: For other teacher we've just been doing stoichiometry which isn't very exciting but I cal deal with that :P

I don't know about the whole syllabus but basically you do GCSE topics in more details with many new topics as well. Take a look at exam board website :P


Oh and yes, ecology ****
I love it when they change everything like that It does sounds quite fun, and I'm a fan of GCSE chemistry so I'd probably enjoy it. So there's no memorising the periodic table? What did you get in GCSE Chemistry?
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