So I am in my first year of A levels and am currently studying Chemistry Physics and maths, and have become interested in doing medicine. I have started doing EPQ research on medicine and I now realize how much I love biology. It would be possible to switch as I am not too far into the course, as some people have switched. All the degrees I'm interested in don't require physics and say they prefer biology. I chose physics because for me it's easy, but now I'm just bored of the lessons because it the same process - learn a bit then do 40 mins of maths. What should I do?
I feel all I do is maths and I CRAVE some content, the inner scientist in me needs it.
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Last edited by JordanStewart; 02-11-2017 at 12:29.
- 02-11-2017 12:28
- 02-11-2017 13:14
If biology is a subject your interested in then definitely switch, it will also help with applying to uni/ personal statement if your talking about a subject your passionate about. Most universities have an unspoken rule that they prefer medical/ science students to have chemistry, which you do so you will still be in a great position for your degree!