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Kind of regret taking physics as I don’t find it very interesting but I enjoy all the equations. I originally did politics but didn’t like the introductory phase and we didn’t really write many notes or anything so did most of my work at home. I do history and maths and love them and really am quite sad I don’t enjoy physics. I think politics would have perhaps been better but I guess I’ll never know. Can anyone give me their opinion on both a levels as I kind of need some reassurance that I’ve made the right decision?
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what do you want to do at uni? if STEM related then keep Physics as maths and physics are literally yin and yang
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(Original post by Uzair787)
what do you want to do at uni? if STEM related then keep Physics as maths and physics are literally yin and yang
I have no idea. At the moment I’d probably do history but literally haven’t a clue. I doubt I’d do physics at uni due to me not liking it at the moment.
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