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Do I have to be good at Chemistry, Biology, and Physics to learn Programming?

9/28/2017 6:59:12 AM

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to learn language No. but to learn programing maybe. if you would like to work at company developing workflow management systems, you should have some level of expertise in that field. so if you don't plan to cooperate with physics labs etc the answer is no. but you cannot program app that will solve differential equations without knowing math.

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Depends of the problems you'll solve with programming.

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No. That's mostly unrelated knowledge/skills.

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Okay, chances are you won’t need Physics for whatever branch of IT you decide to study. However, if you can get an A Level in Physics, then do it. Why limit yourself? Once you hit Uni, you’ll discover a million things to study you hadn’t known existed. And having that extra A Level might make all the difference. https://crbtech.in/programmes/clinical-research-training-programme