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For A levels I really want to take maths, physics and biology (and my school wants me to take a fourth). People keep telling me I should take chemistry because it links well to both physics and biology, and not taking it will hold me back from doing medicine, biology and chemistry at uni, but I wouldn't want to do those anyway. I also hate chemistry and its my worst science.
So would taking maths, physics and bio (and one more being possibly further maths) be good, or is it not work taking biology without chemistry?
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Do subjects you enjoy.
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i think you should take chemistry. in my opinion it is a LOT easier than physics, especialyl when u get to year 2. If i were in ur position i would do maths and 3 sciences, then drop one after a year depending on how your finding it, and if uve decided what to do at uni
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Do subjects you enjoy.
Even if they're not a 'good combination' like everyone keeps telling me I need?
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Even if they're not a 'good combination' like everyone keeps telling me I need?
ignore those people imo (even though I also I think that Bio and Physics don't go together without Chem) better to get good grades in A-levels that are not a "good combination" the poor grades in A-levels that are a "good combination".
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I thought the same thing and dropped biology after a few weeks for chemistry because of this (I’m doing maths, physics, chem and FM now). I realised I enjoy biology more and I shouldn’t have dropped it. Just do what you want to do tbh.
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For A levels I really want to take maths, physics and biology (and my school wants me to take a fourth). People keep telling me I should take chemistry because it links well to both physics and biology, and not taking it will hold me back from doing medicine, biology and chemistry at uni, but I wouldn't want to do those anyway. I also hate chemistry and its my worst science.
So would taking maths, physics and bio (and one more being possibly further maths) be good, or is it not work taking biology without chemistry?
Thanks!
take chem
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