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Any physics degrees that don't require maths?

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    Hi everyone,

    I have just started A-levels and my choices and predicted grades are:

    Chemistry- A
    Biology- A
    Physics- A
    Psychology- A (Hoping to drop at AS)

    Whilst I am hoping to do a degree in the more chemistry/biology field I was just wondering if there were any physics related degrees that don't require maths.

    Thanks,

    Alex
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    (Original post by lilbaggzee)
    Hi everyone,

    I have just started A-levels and my choices and predicted grades are:

    Chemistry- A
    Biology- A
    Physics- A
    Psychology- A (Hoping to drop at AS)

    Whilst I am hoping to do a degree in the more chemistry/biology field I was just wondering if there were any physics related degrees that don't require maths.

    Thanks,

    Alex
    You will struggle to find any physics related degrees that don't require you to use maths. Physics is a hard science and a physical science at that, there is always going to be a lot of maths involved in it.
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    You will struggle to find any physics related degrees that don't require you to use maths. Physics is a hard science and a physical science at that, there is always going to be a lot of maths involved in it.
    Ah ok, thank you. I'm happy sticking with the more medical route so that will be fine.
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    (Original post by lilbaggzee)
    Hi everyone,

    I have just started A-levels and my choices and predicted grades are:

    Chemistry- A
    Biology- A
    Physics- A
    Psychology- A (Hoping to drop at AS)

    Whilst I am hoping to do a degree in the more chemistry/biology field I was just wondering if there were any physics related degrees that don't require maths.

    Thanks,

    Alex
    Could look at natural sciences as a course option that would encompass some physics before you specialise later on?
    UEA, UCL, Lancaster, and few others.
    However looking at some additional maths would be useful whichever pathway you take tbh
 
 
 
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