I’m hoping to do either chemistry biology or physics for a level, but everyone is saying “oh no it’s rly hard especially chemistry and physics” but I’m like of course it’s gonna be hard vos it’s a level, i wasn’t expecting it to be easy. I’m doing the new gcse combined science at the moment, so not triple. But a few topics have been brought down from a level and triple science topics... so we r doing more. What is each science like? Thanks!!
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Last edited by Berrydo; 03-11-2017 at 00:52. Reason: TDA Post Edit
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I did chemistry and physics new spec A level and can tell you it is not as hard as everyone makes out, as long as you do your work! Chemistry is quite big in content and requires a lot of memorisation (not as much as biology) and some maths. Physics requires less memorisation but deeper thinking and much more maths.