• Question: When did you first discover your interest in science? Did you take all three sciences or just physics?

    Asked by caragh26 to Pete on 14 Jun 2010 in Categories: .
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      Pete Edwards answered on 14 Jun 2010:

      My dad says that ever since I could talk I was always asking him questions about things around me – Why is grass green? How big is the Earth, What’s the Sun made of? Things like that. I realised at school that science was about trying to answer a lot of the questions that most interested me so I studied as much science as I could. I took biology, chemistry and physics as single sciences to GCSE. When I started my A levels I wasn’t sure if I was going to study marine biology or physics at uni and I only decided I was going to do physics at the end of my AS year.