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I have interest in biology but not in physics and chemistry. What should I do?

I have interest in biology and I'm good in it as well. Since I love biology I would prefer taking science , but I don't have much interest in physics and chemistry. Should I really opt for science ?

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RE: I have interest in biology but not in physics and chemistry. What should I do?

Vivek Kumar
Vivek Kumar
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Dear Aspirant, your interest in biology is a good thing. Because there are many biological subjects, such as Microbiology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Zoology, Botany, Genetics and many more.

You have not mentioned that in which standard or class you are studying now. But from your question it seems that your in higher secondary school and trying to look out the biology subject as your future.

Let me tell you that the subjects of biology have very good job opportunities.You should take biology in your 10+2 standard, of course, you have to also carry physics and chemistry. In graduation program, you choose any subject of biology (it depends upon your interest) such as zoology, botany, microbiology, Biotechnology and others.


After graduation you will be eligible to take a particular subject in masters degree program. During graduation program you will be come to know that how much you are enjoying your biology subject. IN masters degree the specialization will be any discipline of biology. In fact the degree in biology are offered in western universities.
In India, most of the universities of institutions offer the degree program in Microbiology (it could be medical, clinical or general), Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, Botany, Zoology, Human Physiology, etc.I have met many students who want to know which field is better for them in masters degree program. I always tell them, try to ask your self, what you want to do, are you interested to read about microbes then go for microbiology, if are having some interest in biological chemistry then go for biochemistry and if you are interested in technology of living beings then go for Biotechnology.

Most of the students choose a subject not because of their interest but due to better job opportunities.

One must understand that we should choose a subject, which we really enjoy to study or being part of it. If we really love our subject then definitely we will get our type of job (sooner or later).

As I have already mentioned that biological subjects has huge job opportunities in industries (food, pharmaceutical, clinical, agriculture) and universities.

To get a better entry into university a doctoral degree is must. You will be inducted as lecturer, Assistant Scientist. Here you will be involved in academics and research. THe same job I am doing and I really have job satisfaction.

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RE: I have interest in biology but not in physics and chemistry. What should I do?

manojjnu Kumar
manojjnu Kumar

Dear Friend

You are at pre-mature stage and showing your first love based on the available examples in your surrounding which is very natural of course it boosts you to explore a subject with excitement and enthusiasm to make it happen. It was the one side of coin, another side of coin is your self motivation, interest, and inherent potential to imbibe the subject which could be sustained at the implacability level that needs to be confirmed before opting a subject as a career.

As you have stated your interest in biology at the same time you have confessed the physics and chemistry are not your subjects. It is the symptomatic and claiming I will swim on the floor without water how come it is possible?

Never show such interest it is not a holiday package or picnic trip to explore the extra fun with your own terms and conditions. One has to understand the per-requisites of a course program like biological sciences need chemistry as an integral part which will be understood at the higher study level when you will realize why chemistry is needed???
You are advised to follow the instructions if suit you at most:

1. Read the entire books from 8th to 12th level preferably from NCERT and try to understand them with equal effort, never be biased that I am biologist so let me read biology, I am chemist so let me read chemistry likewise you will complete the basic course with your self motivation and approach. Similarly you will create the notes of all subjects and get it evaluated with set experts available and alternatively you attend the frequently asked questions online and offline set by several strong forums at national and international level. If you compare your marking as per the evaluation or gradation systems and you are having the similar reports from all sources and saying you are exceptional in such stream (a combination of subjects) and then ask yourself is it true i do agree with my result transcripts? Then no question of asking others and seeking help to make your career in a particular subject.
2. All subjects are carrying the equal weightage in its one terms and conditions it is you who is trying to fit into it and accordingly things will be extracted at professionalism level.

Hope my philosophy will realize you at max level.

Manoj

Alternatively, you can take stream suggestor Test which is a psychometric test to see where right inclination lies.

RE: I have interest in biology but not in physics and chemistry. What should I do?

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