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    I’ve picked physics and chemistry for my gcse options. Just to clarify my school allows for us to do one science, 2 sciences, 3 sciences or a mixture of all 3 in double award. Anyway a lot of people in my class are telling me that I’ve made a mistake as physics and chemistry are both really hard as full subjects. Is this true. I currently do well in both these subjects but does that mean I will do good at GCSE
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    It’s not as hard as they tell you , all u need to do is work hard and do past papers
    The only difference is that u need to work harder I have been there and it went quite well for me hope it does for u
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    I did all 3 sciences, ended up with an A in Chemistry and Biology and a B in Physics. I didn’t find any of them particularly hard, as long as you put in the effort to learn.

    All depends how motivated you are to succeed.
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    (Original post by Student1237)
    I’ve picked physics and chemistry for my gcse options. Just to clarify my school allows for us to do one science, 2 sciences, 3 sciences or a mixture of all 3 in double award. Anyway a lot of people in my class are telling me that I’ve made a mistake as physics and chemistry are both really hard as full subjects. Is this true. I currently do well in both these subjects but does that mean I will do good at GCSE
    i do triple science and find chemistry the hardest. i am getting grade 6s in chemistry whereas in biology i get 7s and in physics i get 8s
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    Maybe double award would be a good option?!? Not as hard and would leave all science a level options open. On the other hand the separate sciences are better preparation for a levels. Then again nothing prepares you for science at a level. 😐
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    Maybe double award would be a good option?!? Not as hard and would leave all science a level options open. On the other hand the separate sciences are better preparation for a levels. Then again nothing prepares you for science at a level. 😐
    A valid point here
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