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    I am so confused and can't decide wether to do chemistry or physics for a levels. I love them both equally as they are awesome subjects but I am already considering 3 subjects and it wouldn't be wise to pick 5 as the workload is immense. Which should I pick? Chemistry or physics?
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    what career choices are you considering?
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    (Original post by Ishea16)
    what career choices are you considering?
    I'm considering a career in law.
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    I would say choose the one you prefer more as ultimately you're more likely to do well in it that way. I did both physics and chemistry at AS and preferred physics; but that's just me! 😂
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    tbh both are good subjects
    i personally like physics more, just got a taster of Quantum physics today:ahee: lol
    it really depends on you, are you taking maths?
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    Yeah I'm taking maths, if you do mechanics, physics really helps with those exams as there is so much cross over!
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    (Original post by Amy_98)
    I would say choose the one you prefer more as ultimately you're more likely to do well in it that way. I did both physics and chemistry at AS and preferred physics; but that's just me! 😂
    Lol. Thanks for the advice.
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    (Original post by Ishea16)
    tbh both are good subjects
    i personally like physics more, just got a taster of Quantum physics today:ahee: lol
    it really depends on you, are you taking maths?
    Thanks and yes I'm taking math.
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    chemistry - so much nicer to learn
    although i've never studied physics at a-level, my view is biased.
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    (Original post by samina_ay)
    chemistry - so much nicer to learn
    although i've never studied physics at a-level, my view is biased.
    Thank you.
 
 
 

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