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    I'm doing Maths, Further maths, Biology and Chemistry at the moment.
    I didnt want to do biology but typical asian parents forced me to. Would it be a good idea to drop Biology and do physics instead? I want to do economics or maths instead and I feel maths will help more. Also, I heard mechanics is much easier if you do physics.

    Nearly 5 months into A Levels. You'd need to spend a good majority of your time going over a lot of things that you missed!
    Personally I dont think it's a good idea.
    Some people will be able to do it and can get a really good grade so depends on you.

    And mechanics modules in maths help with physics and vice versa. They complement each other lol

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