IB SL/SAT II - Bio vs. Chem vs. Physics

<p>Hi, everyone. :) </p>

<p>I'm a Sophomore, and I'm planning to take IB Diploma in my Junior and Senior years. I don't have much interest in science, but I still have to choose among Biology, Chemistry, and Physics (Standard Levels, of course) for my IB Diploma. </p>

<p>I was originally going to exclude Bio from my choices because I dislike memorization, but I've heard that it is the easiest of all - is this true? I'd like to know which one is the easiest and involves less workload because I have to try to get good grades in my Junior and Seniors years. </p>

<p>I know that it depends on what one is good at, but I'd also like to know which one is the most applicable and helpful in real life. I'm thinking of pursuing business and finance related careers, and I wonder which one will help me the most. </p>

<p>Also, which of the SAT II sciences do you think is the easiest? Is it doable after the first year of the standard level IB science course?</p>


<p>Don't just go after the easy route. </p>

<p>If you really must though, don't pick Physics. Chem is easier (I don't know much about Bio)</p>

<p>u might want to do bio and chem instead of physics because i have been taking physics for two years and physics is one of the most difficult science subject. i wouldn't be able to go through physics w/o someone else's help.</p>