How important is chemistry for a physics degree? Watch
I am definitely doing maths, further maths, and physocs a levels to apply for physics at uni but for my 4th subject I am stuck between chemistry and economics. I prefer economics so would there be any real benefit when applying of doing chemistry instead as it is another science?
Economics has no unique selling point, as a skill set developer.
Chemistry, on the other hand, has complimentary uses of physical & natural science concepts.
But economics will allow you to keep that option open at uni so if you are not dead set on physics then you could take that.
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I'm taking maths, physics, further maths and german to A2 - I want to apply for engineering which is similar to physics in terms of subject requirements and I could have chosen chemistry as my fourth but I simply didn't want to because I don't like it - I chose my favourite foreign language instead and not only is it extremely fun, but it's also a great break from all the inevitable maths and physics I will be doing this year.