A question about NatSci at Durham (subject/module choice)

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I have some questions about the NatSci course at Durham University.
I love how that course is more flexible and broad than ususal single-subject courses,but the subject/module choice is not explained really well on the university's website.
I am interested in physics, chemistry, and biology. On the website, it says that up to 4 subjects can be studied during year one and up to 3 subjects during years 2 and 3. Would it be feasible (or even possible) for me to study physics-chemistry-biology-maths in year 1 and then drop the maths (and maybe one other subject) for years 2 and 3? Or would I have to decide whether to aim for physics-chemistry or biology-chemistry early on?

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