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    I am definitely going to take Maths, Chemistry and Art. Should I tale biology or physics as well?
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    (Original post by freya**)
    I am definitely going to take Maths, Chemistry and Art. Should I tale biology or physics as well?
    What are ur future plans and interests? From what i gather art is a very time consuming subject so are u sure ur prepared to do 4?
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    Depends, what do you like more? Biology is more content heavy and requires lots of time whereas physics is more concept based and requires to understand quite a lot but both are difficult.
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    (Original post by freya**)
    I am definitely going to take Maths, Chemistry and Art. Should I tale biology or physics as well?
    take physics as it has maths and hence will be easier for you to do
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    (Original post by freya**)
    I am definitely going to take Maths, Chemistry and Art. Should I tale biology or physics as well?
    Think about what you want to do at university.
    Physics will be better to do if you want to study architecture or engineering. Biology will be good if you like organic chemistry and you are interested in medical careers.
    Physics is more calculations and understanding the logic behind things. Where as biology is memorising lots of information and applying it to exam questions.

    I did both of the and preferred physics.
 
 
 
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