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Biology and Physics,both are my favorite subjects.But mostly like to read biology.Really helpful to read about traditional, underpinning topics such as animal and plant systematic and relationships, with modern developments and techniques in all spheres of biology, from the molecular and cellular to the whole organismic and ecological.
Well definitely not physics xD
I prefer Chemistry to Biology and Physics.
For me Chemistry stayed Chemistry...same principles still applied and while the material did change, I found it easy to understand.
Physics,well...I really enjoyed Physics. Circuits and Space really intrigued me...A level Physics felt like Additional Mechanics (Add Maths = additional Pure), but since I wasn't also doing Maths it took me a while to get into it.
Biology focused less on the Cellular level with cycles, structure genetics etc, and moved into essay intense subjects like Ecology (bane of my life for A levels). It felt more like English Literature than Biology.
Didn't stop me doing a Pharmaceutical based degree, which involved all three... but thankfully the only physics was really the Gas Laws for aerosolized compounds.
I still am interested in microbiology, specifically virology and bacteriology, as these relate to what I hope to achieve (deal with) with Pharmaceuticals. Physics papers I cannot read for too long before headaches ensue...but I read physics articles.
I think that each of these is worthy to be studied, especially if you enjoy them! As I said, I always preferred Chemistry and Biology, even though I was extremely close to dropping Chemistry at the end of my GCSE's.
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