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    New syllabus HSC physics for engineering

    I know there has been multiple threads on this topic, however the HSC physics syllabus has been changed in favour of practical work and for it to be more mathematical.

    I currently do not do HSC physics. I dropped it last year mainly because I disliked the way the teacher taught the content and I felt like I wasn't going to do well with my teacher teaching it (even though I came first) and since I was also doing well in other subjects (with way better teachers) I decided to drop it. I also do 3U and 4U maths (old syllabus).

    So will I need to do a bridging course or learn HSC physics after I graduate? Will I struggle in university because I did not do HSC physics?

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    Re: New syllabus HSC physics for engineering

    You will learn more physics doing 3U and 4U math than you will doing physics.

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