I'm looking at choosing A-Level options at the moment. I don't enjoy maths at all but I am very good at it, I am expected an 8/9 at GCSE and got a very high 7 in my mocks. I'm looking at taking Physics A-Level as I am really interested in it but I'm not interested at all in taking Maths A-Level - is it possible to take physics a level without maths?
It's possible if you put in the work. But you're going to have to face that you will have to do quite a bit of maths. Why don't you look up the spec, and just self-teach the required parts of maths without taking it as an A-level?
stop being a brat, most people would kill for innate maths ability. These are the skills most needed in the future, stop avoiding maths....its totally irresponsible to do so.
It depends on the college/sixth-form, at majority of them it's compulsory to take maths as well as physics so check it out with the college u wanna go to
You can get away with it at A-Level because the maths required for A-Level physics is only just beyond GCSE and maybe a little bit of AS maths (from what I remember). It's mostly just manipulating equations, possibly exponentials and logs, equations of straight lines etc.
Much, if not all of physics is underpinned by maths so if you're taking it in hopes of studying it or anything else related (engineering, even chemistry) in the future, not taking maths will be shooting yourself in the foot. The reason why its possible to take A-Level physics without A-Level maths is because the physics specifications are designed such that this is possible. In the real world (i.e. at University or beyond A-level), it is not possible to do higher level physics without knowing maths
What were you thinking of doing after A levels?
Physics and Engineering degrees are going to require A level maths, Physics A level is largely an orphan qualification unless you've got maths to go with it.
people usually enjoy subjects they're good at - make sure you're not ditching one of your strong subjects just because your current teacher is boring.