Physics A-Level for Maths degree? Watch

jamierogers21
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I'm hoping to do a Maths degree (at a top university) and I was wondering whether not doing Physics would hinder my chances as the majority of applicants will have it. I will be doing Maths, Further Maths, Economics and another subject, Biology/History. Do you think not doing Physics will put me at a disadvantage and if so would it be worth doing it even though I really don't enjoy it at GCSE.
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Very pointless
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