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I know that I want to do AH Chemistry, AH maths and AH physics but I'm not sure what to take as my fourth subject. Can anyone tell me what maths of mechanics is like in terms of workload when taken alongside maths and physics? I heard that one of the units overlap with maths but 4 advanced highers seem like a hell of a lot of work. If anyone has done/is doing a similar combination of subjects, I'd be interested to hear how you found it.
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Coincidence that we’re doing the same subjects next year😂. Because your doing two maths subjects that means you’ll only do two projects reducing your workload over the term
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Yeah that's what I was thinking too.
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The unis's dont really care about maths of mechanics.
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