Hiya, To cut to the chase: I have a BSc in Geology and Physical Geography and an MSc in hydrogeology. I have 4 years experience working in industry as a hydrogeologist. I can't decide between teaching secondary physics or geography. Main reason for physics would be more job choice/availability. Main reason for geography would be that it is already my specialism so I would initially be able to bring more to the subject in a classroom and link it more closely to the 'real world'. I would have to do a lot more work (SKE and more) to get up to scratch with physics, as I didn't do physics A level. I feel comfortable with this challenge though and feel that it might actually enable me to teach the subject better if I've learnt it more recently. (Planning to take 8 months off before PGCE in order to immerse myself in as much physics as possible). Key question is: if I do a PGCE in physics is there any chance I could still apply for (and be accepted for) a job as a geography teacher if one came up? Thanks in advance!