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Investigating Science vs. Bio (1 Viewer)

Jacob Phelixson

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So, I've chosen the three sciences for year 11 but 'm considering dropping biology since it needs a lot of memorisation and going for Investigating science instead to lighten my workload. What should I consider? What are your thoughts?
 

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So, I've chosen the three sciences for year 11 but 'm considering dropping biology since it needs a lot of memorisation and going for Investigating science instead to lighten my workload. What should I consider? What are your thoughts?
investigating science is similarly a memorisation subject, bio might have a bit more but they're similar. id recommend dropping to two sciences if you won't enjoy it, consider picking up something in TAS like software engineering for a subject with more application than memorising (i wish i did engineering or something instead of doing 3 sciences in year 11, it gets very overwhelming when u have 3 depth studies, especially if u have never written a scientific report before like me)
 

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investigating science is similarly a memorisation subject, bio might have a bit more but they're similar. id recommend dropping to two sciences if you won't enjoy it, consider picking up something in TAS like software engineering for a subject with more application than memorising (i wish i did engineering or something instead of doing 3 sciences in year 11, it gets very overwhelming when u have 3 depth studies, especially if u have never written a scientific report before like me)
Took this into consideration. Dropped physics. Thanks
 

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