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  1. Aug 27, 2006 #1
    i take all 4 subjects right now:chemistry,biology,mathematics and physics.and i know that math and chem the most important of all.
    i am feeling a bit pressure studying a level now.i will start semester 2 soon.so i am wondering should i drop 1 of physics and bio.
    but i am not sure which job i am interested doing in the future,currently.so i would like to ask my friends here to tell me which job will not be available for me to apply if i dont take phy,and if so with bio.i really need help now.is that i cant take medic already if i dont take bio?or engineering if i dont take phy?or other jobs?Huh


    Thanx! :smile:
     
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  3. Aug 27, 2006 #2
    pls answer my post quicly as soon as possible from anyone of u reading this post currently.just tell me as much job as possible THAT U KNOW that i cannot apply after not taking physics.PLS I NEED HELP!!!
     
  4. Aug 27, 2006 #3
    at what level of education are you? and why do you think that math and chem are the most important?
     
  5. Aug 27, 2006 #4
    studying a level
    because i heard that most uni required an A for chem to enter their uni.and most jobs also required math,just like chemistry.and i think that math is the easiest of these 4 subjects(although hard,just become easy if compare tho the other three subjects)
    and i am thinking i will maybe becoming doc if take bio and engineer if take phy.is that true?any other examples of job pls...........
     
  6. Aug 27, 2006 #5
    anybody home?
    i need the answer as quickly as possible.
     
  7. Aug 27, 2006 #6
    Maths is not easy I can tell you that, if your used to GCSE maths get ready for a shock at A-level it's a whole knew ball game that will make GCSE look like a walk in the park, you may be one of the lucky few that just gets it, but most don't and have to study hard to pick it up. I can't help you with the rest, you need an English engineer to walk you through it.
     
  8. Aug 27, 2006 #7

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    The choice between one course and another is not going to define your entire career, nor is it going to prevent you from entering entire disciplines. Your major as a whole defines what you're likely going to do in your career, but single classes are not important.

    - Warren
     
  9. Aug 27, 2006 #8
    so do u think i should drop i of the subject and concentrate on 3 other subjects since u said that:
    ''The choice between one course and another is not going to define your entire career, nor is it going to prevent you from entering entire disciplines. Your major as a whole defines what you're likely going to do in your career, but single classes are not important.''?
     
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