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So I'm doing A-level Maths, Physics, and Electronics and I've been told that Maths and Physics are two of the hardest A-levels.

I know that everything is subjective but now I'm really scared about what I should do considering that I was never that good at Maths or Physics (8 in Phys, 7 in Maths at GCSE), I just wanted to do it so I can do Engineering as a career.

Does anyone have any advice about how to get ahead in these subjects and what is the best path to getting high grades??
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(Original post by hanni_kindje)
So I'm doing A-level Maths, Physics, and Electronics and I've been told that Maths and Physics are two of the hardest A-levels.

I know that everything is subjective but now I'm really scared about what I should do considering that I was never that good at Maths or Physics (8 in Phys, 7 in Maths at GCSE), I just wanted to do it so I can do Engineering as a career.

Does anyone have any advice about how to get ahead in these subjects and what is the best path to getting high grades??
I do both physics and maths at A-Level. I honestly was terrible at physics and really didn't enjoy my GCSEs. It was my worst science but there isn't one day where I thank the Gods for making me pick physics. I absolutely love it. The content is amazing and I think the question types are quite similar to GCSEs unlike Biology. Maths just requires a lot of practice and dedication. I'm not going to lie, I got 9 in maths but I struggled. Doing physics and maths together is great because I just skip through mechanics in maths because we do most of it in physics. Honestly go in open minded
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If you don't like maths and physics then engineering will not be enjoyable as a career for you at all, it revolves so much around these subjects every day. I'm sure you can do it but is it really what you want?
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