Hi everyone, I'm in third year now and will soon have to pick my subjects for Leaving Cert, and I'm not sure whether to pick physics or biology. I think biology would be really doable for me as I'm good at learning off things, but I don't really like plants or ecology etc, even though I find the other chapters interesting. As for physics, I usually do fine in that section as well, but my scores have been slightly lower than in biology (still mid to high Bs/low to high As, but not the kind of 100%s I get in biology chapters). I think this is because I haven't been actually using formulas and doing problems while studying, so I think it could be fixed pretty easily. Having said that, I don't find physics particularly interesting to be honest. I am good at maths though, and rarely fail to get an A at HL, so I was considering doing Applied Maths and Physics, since they tie in a lot. They're also said to be useful for STEM courses, and I'm interested in studying Computer Science at university. However, they aren't required for any CS course, so I don't have to do them. My main concern is that I'd take physics and/or applied maths, and would end up struggling when I could've easily gotten good results in biology, so I'd really appreciate any advice from people who are doing either or both subjects. Thanks guys!