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    i have chosen Biology/ chemistry / Physics and maths....

    and i m really confused at this point as i used to love physics but now i dont know whether its my crazy teacher who is teaching me some degree level stuff or whether the aqa specification is harder...

    for future im planning to make my career on Computer Scince or medicine
    can anyone suggest me should i wait for that crazy teacher to make me stupid compltely or should ichoose an alternative course????

    I was thinking to eithier take pshcology /Philosophy Or Sociology...
    can anyone give me the right path to my career.......
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    Physics.
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    Well, of course A Level is going to be harder than GCSE. Keep at it, ask for extra tutorials if you can, and if you do badly (which if you don't in Maths I doubt), you can drop it for A2. I don't think you need it for Computer Science and you don't at all for Medicine.

    If you really think it's going to be too hard though, either of those three subjects would be okay, depending on if you had other interests. If you were thinking of, say, Neuroscience, Psychology might be a good subject to take.
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    Keep the physics.
 
 
 

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