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So I’ve currently got chem,physics,bio, and maths is that going to have to much of a work load or are there better alternatives
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I do maths and physics (year 13 doing exams now) and there is a lot of stuff to know for physics, maths you will be fine with as long as you pick the skills up on the way and don't have to relearn them every time you go over them. You do mechanics in maths and in physics and maths is very good to do with physics.

My friends that do bio and chem say there is a LOT of content in bio but no complaints about chem. there are essays in bio exam!!

Personally I don't think you should do all 4 as I know people only doing the 3 sciences and they struggle to maintain B's even though they were getting 9s and 8s at GCSE and revise a good amount, but if you need all 4 or feel like you can persevere through with discipline you should go for it
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Moved to A-levels
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