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    I'm thinking of choosing biology chemistry physics and history for A level but I'm not sure whether maths is more respected than physics ... because a lot of people take bio chemistry and maths instead of physics. also will taking physics without maths be really difficult?
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    I'm thinking of choosing biology chemistry physics and history for A level but I'm not sure whether maths is more respected than physics ... because a lot of people take bio chemistry and maths instead of physics. also will taking physics without maths be really difficult?
    Thanks in advance .
    You'll be fine without Maths if you're doing Physics. You only need basic maths skills for Physics it's not incredibly advanced maths. Your A-Levels are fine.
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    As long as you have Biology and Chemistry, you're fine. Physics is highly respected too.
 
 
 
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