Originally Posted by secret
i was interested in majoring in biochemistry and apply at the u of t campus and was wondering if i needed physics in my junior/senior year?
Great choice, there are a lot of u of t, which?
But I would suggest you take physics and get yourself an A.
Number one, you'll likely need college physics for your bachelor's, they expect some rudimentary knowledge of physics.
Secondly, Newtonian physics is quite wonderful knowledge, and in my experience mostly taught in high school, you'll miss out in college.
Thirdly, biochemists at some point get past kinetics and use tools that require quite a bit of physics like the mass spectrometer.
Fourth, I'd recommend you invest in extra chemistry course in high school (same in college--the course there is analytical chemistry).