Is biology, chemistry or physics hard at a level??

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seems hard...

Posted Tue 13th March, 2012 @ 22:34 by Former Member
Edited by Former Member on Tue 13th March, 2012 @ 22:43

6 Answers

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i do all 3. it depends on what u like best. biology has the most content to learn, chemistry is a mixture of content and understanding, physics has the least content and is about applying knowledge. i personally find biology the easiest and physics the hardest. if u take physics it is helpful to take maths cuz the mechanics module is virtually the same but i didnt and its not that bad.

Answered Wed 4th April, 2012 @ 22:35 by Stephanie
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everyoen seems to think that biology is the easiest yet its the hardest science but all of the sciences are doable of course youl need to work really hard

Answered Wed 14th March, 2012 @ 00:55 by flower123
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Don't bother with them unless you truly are interested by them. Seriously, they're all hard, 2 of my friends dropped out of Physics, and one of my friends dropped out of Chemistry following our first exams on it. So yeah, do them if you want, all I'm saying s that you should only do them if you actually find them interesting, and they are if you do.

Sorry if that made no sence :L

Answered Wed 14th March, 2012 @ 18:09 by Oliver
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I'm taking biology and I would say its hard but its mainly because I don't have as much of an interest in it compared to my other subjects, If you have a genuine interest in the subjects definately go for it. If any of your subjects you don't have an interest in then you won't do well. Choose what you want to do! :D

good luck with your choices

Answered Tue 3rd April, 2012 @ 22:16 by alex
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I take all 3 and I find biology the easiest and physics the hardest. Chemistry is in the middle for me. I personally have always preferred biology so it helps if you are interested otherwise it  is a pain. I think you should pick the subjects you enjoy the most and look at what exam board you will be taking for the sciences at whichever sixth form you are planning to go to in September as they all have different syllabuses. The pros of the sciences is that in terms of homework you don't get the long essays but there is a lot of content to learn and there is the pain of practicals D:

Answered Sun 8th April, 2012 @ 17:52 by Musicdrops
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I am studying all 3 right now along with maths at as level, to be honest they're not that bad, just some solid revision is needed. A couple of comments above seems spot on, ( biology has the most content to learn, chemistry is a mixture of content and understanding, physics has the least content and is about applying knowledge). I found chemistry the hardest, therefore put most effort in it and ended up doing good in chemistry but not too well in the rest. If you really want to pick these subjects be prepared for the hard work.

Answered Tue 10th April, 2012 @ 06:50 by MU