I'm taking AS-Level atm - Chem, Physics, Biology, Maths - C1, C2, S1, and am doing the AS Further Maths (over 2 years due to timetable issues) units M1, FP1, and D1, and have already gor an A grade in AS Level Engineering.
So hopefully I'll have maths, chem, phy, bio to A2 level, and AS further maths and engineering to As level.
I want to do NatSci (atm Chemistry, Biology of Cells, Physics, and maybe the Maths A unit).
1). With these units in mind should I be classed as a biological or physical NatSci in your opinion?
2). Because I will only have 1 mechanics unit - do you think I will be able to keep up with the physics course?
3). And is Maths A full of people that have taken the complete A2 further maths course, or are they mostly people that have just got the normal maths A2 level?
my school do C1-4, S1 and S2).
Thanks in advance