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    so im taking bio, chem and physics right now for AS. is it just me or is the physics data analysis WAY harder than biology and chemistry combined. biology is'nt too hard as long as you remember some formulae, chemistry has the data analysis done lots throughout the course but physics is just ludicrous! i'm not the best but i do pretty well in the other two but i've never actually gotten above 33% in any of them. the only thing that worries me is, what, 15 or 20% of one of the papers is this! i cant friggin afford to have to spend 10-20 hours on this! biology is going down right now and i'm all of a sudden getting E's on my end of topic tests, i'm not even going to have time to finish the chemistry course and now THIS! Gah sorry for ranting as such but yeah, is it just me or is the analysis in physics way harder?
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    Btw just remembered what its actually calledm i dont mean data analysis, i mean practical skills, data analysis as a whole isnt too difficult
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