I Currently take GCSE core and additional science and I have the option to change to triple but i will have to take one of my other subjects out to do so.
I will probably take physics at 'A' level but not biology or chemistry so would it be wiser to take triple science and miss out on another subject or revise P3 over the summer?
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Last edited by thedarkness321; 19-01-2016 at 00:30.
- 19-01-2016 00:27
- 19-01-2016 00:41
The skills learnt in triple science (improved information retention/ knowledge application/ understanding of scientific concepts etc.) are very valuable if you plan to take a science subject at A Level or further. Moreover, if you do well in physics, chances are you'll achieve good grades in triple science; it could be an opportunity to gain another A/A* (the more the merrier). However, if you really do struggle with biology/chemistry, it may be better to just stick with P3 revision.