Question by Pockets: Should I take chemistry or physics if I want to go into psychology?
Well, I’m in highschool and I’m really interested in psychology. I am definitely taking biology, but do I need to take chemistry or physics? I’m not sure how they are related to psychology, and to be honest, chemistry and physics sound really boring. Physics is motion, right? So that would mean I would have to do lots of calculating of movement and stuff. For chemistry, I’m not so sure. It’s about the periodice table and forming solutions, right? Anyways, I just wanted a second opinion on the matter.
Answer by Farina
Doesn’t really matter which one you take. seriously
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