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    So I'm really interested in becoming a diagnostic radiographer, but I've always struggled with Physics and Maths. Do you think this will have a negative effect on how I perform at degree level, is the Maths and Physics part of Radiography tough? The furthest I have on Maths and Physics is GCSE level.
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    It shouldn't be an issue. The physics is taught from a low level and is pretty superficial. It doesn't make up a large part of the course either. Maths is virtually non-existent.
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    (Original post by FXX)
    It shouldn't be an issue. The physics is taught from a low level and is pretty superficial. It doesn't make up a large part of the course either. Maths is virtually non-existent.
    Thank you! May I ask if you've done a radiography degree?
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    Yes, I have
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    Yes, I have
    How did you find the physics? What qualifications did you do before doing the course?
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    I found the physics easy, but I had done a radiation science module at A-level, so that helped. I went in straight from school.
 
 
 
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