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On here, most will say biology, and I agree. But this is all a matter of opinion. As for as importance, each is equally important when studying and such. For example, chemistry is a HUGE part of biology.
But as an opinion, Bio's better.
I would say that I find chemistry to be the easiest science and physics to be the most challenging.
I think that chemistry is possibly the most "important" as such, because it is relevant in both biology and physics.
But I love biology (especially cell and molecular biology) because I personally find it really fascinating and enjoyable, and I have done since I was about 11.
I enjoy all three sciences, but not physics so much, because of the mathematics involved :/
It is all down to personal opinion really.
How good are you with advanced mathematics? Do you enjoy mathematic proofs? Are you, or could you be skilled at using the language of mathematics to express ideas and prove ideas? It is a language of sorts after all, which becomes more and more misunderstood by the majority of people the more advanced your understanding of it becomes. If you aren't willing to work much with mathematics, physics will be hard for you.
Both physics and chemistry come into play with advanced biology.
Biology is usually a required subject for chem majors, and certainly before biochemistry can be studied. Biologists have to study chemistry and biochemistry too. Human physiology delves a bit into physics also.
So your question which is the best is moot, as one can't function without the other. (even astronomy, heavy in physics and math, or advanced physics cannot function or exist without the human, ha ha, who is a biological, chemical, organism)
But I hope my notes here have helped you decide which is best for YOU.
According to me Biology is the best subject ,easy to learn and useful for us.Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, distribution, and taxonomy.
According to Chemistry is best rether then other .
You see,, Chemistry and Biology are connected,--so both are important, the Question is, which of the two is most interesting you. Physics is important as well
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