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    I'm currently averaging at an a grade in physicsand I do enjoy it but I'm at a B in maths and I'm not sure about the maths side of things, is it extremely hard/ What type of maths is used?
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    Virtually no advanced maths, but you would have to work hard if predicted B/A
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    Im good at maths & further maths but i regret choosing Physics
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    there's no maths in a level physics
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    (Original post by Kaii2)
    I'm currently averaging at an a grade in physicsand I do enjoy it but I'm at a B in maths and I'm not sure about the maths side of things, is it extremely hard/ What type of maths is used?
    hi

    im currently doing a2 physics, i got a B in gcse maths, and i dont study maths at a level either, the maths isnt that difficult most of its just rearranging equations theres a little a level standard maths in it but as soon you see a few example it becomes very straight forward, i highly recommend you do it.
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    keep it for like two weeks, if you dont like it drop it
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    (Original post by Ultracrepidarian)
    hi

    im currently doing a2 physics, i got a B in gcse maths, and i dont study maths at a level either, the maths isnt that difficult most of its just rearranging equations theres a little a level standard maths in it but as soon you see a few example it becomes very straight forward, i highly recommend you do it.
    Thank god, thank you I think I will
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    (Original post by Kaii2)
    I'm currently averaging at an a grade in physicsand I do enjoy it but I'm at a B in maths and I'm not sure about the maths side of things, is it extremely hard/ What type of maths is used?
    Yes. Theres not much maths in A2 physics, most of it is repetitive. But it does depend on the board you're doing. But I got a C at AS maths, an A overall at A2, and I got a high B at A2 physics (but As in both the A2 exams, just messed up AS exams)
 
 
 
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