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Taking bio and chem guys

What’s ur opinions on physics and maths a levels and which one do u all recommend to take. I love both and I don’t wanna take 4 cus that’s long not tryna cry uno but please can I have some help?
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(Original post by bananaispeng12)
Taking bio and chem guys

What’s ur opinions on physics and maths a levels and which one do u all recommend to take. I love both and I don’t wanna take 4 cus that’s long not tryna cry uno but please can I have some help?
What might you want to study at University?
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What might you want to study at University?
I’ll be studying dentistry I thought it’ll be ideal to take physics bio and chem cus it’s triple science but then again chem bio and maths are good options tooo
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I’ll be studying dentistry I thought it’ll be ideal to take physics bio and chem cus it’s triple science but then again chem bio and maths are good options tooo
Either is fine - Maths is a bit more flexible if you change your mind. You'll need good grades so maybe that might be a consideration?
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Either is fine - Maths is a bit more flexible if you change your mind. You'll need good grades so maybe that might be a consideration?
Yes I was thinking maths tbh, I think it’ll be stupid to take physics without maths
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Yes I was thinking maths tbh, I think it’ll be stupid to take physics without maths
Do maths, you'll regret taking physics without maths and maths is a better subject.
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having done both, i would personally suggest for you physics, the maths you will do will not really be relevant to anything you'll do at uni, and the mechanics in maths you do in physics anyways, I think you would find physics a bit more amicable for what you want to go into, but again that's just my opinion
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having done both, i would personally suggest for you physics, the maths you will do will not really be relevant to anything you'll do at uni, and the mechanics in maths you do in physics anyways, I think you would find physics a bit more amicable for what you want to go into, but again that's just my opinion
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Maths is better. If you’re looking to do the BMAT (e.g. applying to Leeds), doing physics as well may help. Then again, most people who sit the BMAT don’t do physics at a level and do just fine so it’s deffo not necessary
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