Poll: which one?
Physics (207)
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Biology (146)
28.68%
Chemistry (156)
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heminder
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(Original post by cobra)
I vote chemistry, I'm a 2nd year at durham stuydying chemistry, I am biased
answered like a chemist... :rolleyes:
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ALL OF THEM.... just do NatSci!
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(Original post by A_n_d_y)
ALL OF THEM.... just do NatSci!
and end up with a pointless mixture unless you're prepared to specialise
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Biology.
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Physics for sure, with as little maths as possible though lol.
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OBVIOUSLY chemistry is the best....physics is just maths but with words, and biology is just chemistry but just complicated.
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i concur. chemistry's the best; it's the bridge between physics and biology.
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Biology just cains any other science. 100 more times interesting than chemistry and 1000 times more interesting than physics.
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Biology all the wayyy in particular physiology and the human side of it
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I would like to elaborate my points again. I think they are just studies at different scales. Its like, to use modern analogy, computers. There are a lot of people working on computers, there are people who work from the assembly level (like 0101) and there are people who work on more advanced language level, like c++ to write a program and there are people who work on even more advanced level up, like the normal users who edit something in Photoshop or something. But are any of them more important. Certainly you can not have c++ language if there is no one to program it from the binary level, but all binary level programming will be useless and impractical as well if there's no one writing program on c++ or java and after all, there is no point in writing programs if there's no one to USE the program, to make something outta it. From these advanced applications, you have a lot of cool things on the computers, like this website, vdo games and lots more other things.
I see it is very similar in science. Chemistry would not be the way it is without quantum phyisicsts in the 30s discovering Schrodinger's equation and things like that. Biological science wouldn't be as it is without all the chemical understanding as well.
I would say that, the choice between three natural scales is up to your preference.
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(Original post by gas_panic!)
Biology just cains any other science. 100 more times interesting than chemistry and 1000 times more interesting than physics.
Which dweeb gave me neg rep for this?
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Chemistry, and I want to study biochem at uni.
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Hmmm

*thinks long and hard about it*

*forgets question*

*sees the word physics*

Physics all the way!!
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(Original post by rpotter)
Hmmm

*thinks long and hard about it*

*forgets question*

*sees the word physics*

Physics all the way!!
*salutes*
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Physics is good because it overlaps aspects of chemsitry maths anbd biology. Biology is less logical and is longer to learn but maths is just eay. Physics not only puts your maths into practice it helps you to understand a lot about todays technology.



A levels Biology, Chemsitry, Maths, F.maths, Physics
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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm tasty physics

*devours a bowlful of B mesons*
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Physics, innit. Although sometimes I feel like I should have done a maths degree...
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i like physicsand it's really easy too, but i'll do bio, just to chase my dream!
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Physics, no contest
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umum biology is gr8 n so is chemistry but i dont know bout physics can some1 tell me wots gd bout physics and wot bad bout physics cos im finkin of taking it nxt yr!!!yay,not!
plssssssss
but studying for the rest of ur life man i hope not
im born to have F.U.N
studing aint everything!! go out more pleasssssssse!!!
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