Maths and Biology at A level

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So I've taken RS, Psychology, Maths and Biology. What careers could I follow? Could I do something in the Medical field without Chemistry?

Is it possible to do study Biomedical science and then apply to medicine without having Chemistry at A level?

Posted Fri 21st September, 2012 @ 07:00 by Ameenah:)

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 i think some universities allow biology and maths since both of them are sciences but only if you continue them until a2. such as wolvehampton ect. check by looking at the uni prospectus or go to the open days and ask the lecturers ad they have a better idea...hope it helps

Answered Fri 21st September, 2012 @ 19:25 by ELectrica!
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Ameenah:) wrote:

So I've taken RS, Psychology, Maths and Biology. What careers could I follow? Could I do something in the Medical field without Chemistry?

Is it possible to do study Biomedical science and then apply to medicine without having Chemistry at A level?

You will need to have chemistry A level to apply to medicine, this also stands even if you apply for graduate entry. If you think that there's any possibility that you might want to do medicine in the future then you should take up chemistry, and potentially drop one of your other subjects. This is an essential subject. Without chemistry you will be able to do a biomedical science degree, though.

Answered Mon 24th September, 2012 @ 12:16 by Emma (admin)
Edited by Emma (admin) on Mon 24th September, 2012 @ 12:17
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i think you can because you have Maths with Biology but it depends on ur result mostly.

Answered Fri 21st September, 2012 @ 19:18 by mo
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As Emma said and if you wanted to drop on then drop RS as the other are all sciences and would be beneficial to you to keep whilst also taking up chemistry:)

Answered Mon 24th September, 2012 @ 13:23 by Alex