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    I am currently doing 4 a levels at school, which are PE, Geography, Maths and Physics. However in recent tests it is clear i am struggling with maths and physics. I am thinking about dropping a subject but not sure which to drop out of maths and physics... opinions ???

    I don't take any of these subjects but a lot of my friends do, it completely depends on what you want to do after school, if your going to uni you'll need to look at the subject requirements so that will tell you what is needed.
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    Like said by previous person said think what you want to do after college. If uni which one? What course? Entry requirements etc. For me I did maths, further maths, law and ict and even though I was best at law I dropped it as I want to do maths at uni, in doing so I could focus more on maths and my grades went up. So you may not be good at maths and physics but dropping something else may help increase those grades.
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