Now you're all mostly physics heads on this forum, so it's important to consider than I understand about 1/75th of what is said on this forum. I love physics, I find it fascinating - but I went to this consultation meeting thing and I was basically told that unless I'm a maths freak I'll flop. I mean I'm good at maths, I get Bs but at the end of the year I should get an A - but I don't find it so easy. Physics I'm pretty much A grade at also, as far as i know. My knowledge of physics is mostly from school, youtube and books but I know a bit about quantum mechanics and the like, as well as the history of physics etc. Can anybody objectively tell me how hard A level physics is? considering that I have no intention of studying maths at A level... Cheers!