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Ionic Doc

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Methods to Physics
« on: May 27, 2019, 01:12:34 pm »
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Been struggling in methods lately averaging around 67 to 71 this year. UNIT 1/2 btw.

So I decided to check on my course that I wanna get into, either biomedical sciences or bachelor of science at Monash. AND to my surprise u. don't even need maths for science and for biomedical you can get away with 25+ ss in physics !!! 

So my question, how much of unit 1 physics is relevant to unit 3/4.
Will it be a major disadvantage if I did unit 2 physics without doing unit 1 . My school doesn't recommend it but yea . . .

also do you need methods for physics (lol)


also I am currently doin speech but dropping that as it is way out of my ability
thanks  :)
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