Which category of science did you prefer learning about as a student: life sciences (biology, health, etc.) or physical sciences (chemistry, physics, etc.)?
Fuck yeah, physics!
Lol optimist5! Hehe
this was hard for me. I think ill change my vote everyday. I love science.
I cried multiple times due to Physics.
I'm 12 and probably know more about astronomy than my all of my teachers other than my science teacher. Yet even she is outdated! I proved he wrong once. She taught us the sun doesn't orbit around anything. Yep, I proved her wrong, respectfully though. Lol
Gimme a woot for astronomy!!!!!
I absolutely loved taking anatomy and physiology this year. Physics was good, but I enjoyed the teacher more than the subject itself. And chemistry, ehh. It wasn't too bad. Biology sucked because of my teacher. She'd give us the same lecture three days in a row without realizing it.
Anatomy is applied biology is applied chemistry is applied physics. They are all physical sciences, ultimately. Life science is a category.
I love astronomy!
@profDG totally agree.
Both. I prefer the physics of biology (bioengineering).
I really enjoy biology even though I haven't officially studied it yet
I would say life sciences because it applies to everyone and the knowledge can benefit everyone.
Ugh, all I remember is that I absolutely hated biology freshman year of high school
ME TOO, WireNerd!!!
Life. It is, after all, what we are living.
I HATE chemistry. And it hates me!
B...but biology is chemistry, applied to a living system. They're all physical sciences!
Majority likes the life sciences because they are easier to grasp. That is why there are not a lot of physicists or chemists in the world.
Chemistry was my strongest science. AP Physics was hard but interesting!
Quantum Physics > Everything
research it, it'll blow your mind!
Physical all the way, I do have a chemistry degree.
For some reason, I loved learning about human genetics. It's not too complicated, and there are so many different possibilities...
Degree is in chemistry, but I loved microbiology, immunology, and bacteriology.
But I really enjoyed earth environmental although a lot of the stuff they taught me is complete crap and extremely biased and that's an understatement
Physics I could understand it well once i got life it confused me everything relied on everything else. In physics it just seemed easier to comprehend.
Personally I love chemistry but I really like biology this was a tough Q
I went with life sciences though because of the fact that I like interacting with people a lot more now, but it's almost a 50/50 split.
That's so hard to figure out!
I was good at it all but I hate memorizing formulas. I love hands on stuff but there wasn't enough labs.
I love all sciences but biology is my bread and butter. Studying to become a clinical lab scientist.
Janarus2: Biology boils down to chemistry; chemistry boils down to physics, so in the end, physics rules :)
Earth sciences actually. But since it was not an option, life sciences.
@Alissaaa astronomy is a shade of physical; it's nearly a subset of physics with a few chemistry and geology components thrown in for flavor.
It's pop rocks and fizzies for me. Physical science.
In order to be able to take classes in astronomy and computer science, I had to drop religion.
I'm the fastest two finger typer south of Key West.
Now WAIT a minute - south of me is only Cuba ;)
I was like the only student to pass my physical science class with A. I love the study of non living matter, and the universe. Not looking forward to Bio next year. /:
Let's get physical!
I think I prefer life science, but I also like learning about all the different elements.
Physics, chemistry were my majors.
i wanted to kill myself in honors bio, its all memorization. honors chem and physics is where its at (i just ended my hs sophomore year)
Honors Biology student and future Biology Major - right here haha
how can one honestly enjoy biology class.
I'm an engineer, so of course physics is my thing
space and marine
Chemistry and earth science