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    No hopeful chemical engineers?

    All alone!

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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Yep, because Oxford were being annoying by not accepting a medicine PS or letting me write a chemistry one I don't blame them though tbh

    Where abroad? I'd love to do my research project in industry but I may just apply for the BSc for now

    At least you've got 2 drafts done, I need to actually start thinking about what I'd write.



    Thank you
    Where are you thinking of applying?
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    (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
    No hopeful chemical engineers?

    All alone!

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    It's just plumbing for chemists.
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Ellie Goulding's at number 1 in the official charts with 'Burn'.

    I'm so happy right now, I just want to thank everyone who's supported her, her first ever UK number 1, and surely not her last.
    I'm quite a big fan of Goulding too!
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    (Original post by CJG21)
    Clearly chemistry is the best because it's right in the middle.
    What kind of logic is that?

    I'd doubt you'd see chemistry applied to everything whilst nearly everything literally contains an element of mathematics. I'm not playing war of the subjects here but you clearly can't say maths is crap when it lays the foundations for many of the your ''good'' subjects.

    fair enough you have an opinion though
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Yep, because Oxford were being annoying by not accepting a medicine PS or letting me write a chemistry one I don't blame them though tbh

    Where abroad? I'd love to do my research project in industry but I may just apply for the BSc for now)
    Durham!:woo:

    France? :dontknow: for now
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    (Original post by CJG21)
    Where are you thinking of applying?
    I'm only applying for chemistry at Durham. My other choices are medicine

    How about you?
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    I'm quite a big fan of Goulding too!
    :woo: that's really good to hear
    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Durham!:woo:

    France? :dontknow: for now
    France pretty random location
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    What kind of logic is that?

    I'd doubt you'd see chemistry applied to everything whilst nearly everything literally contains an element of mathematics. I'm not playing war of the subjects here but you clearly can't say maths is crap when it lays the foundations for many of the your ''good'' subjects.

    fair enough you have an opinion though
    We don't need any more mathematicians because all of the needed maths has been done. Chemistry is a relatively new science, and we need lots of chemists.

    And I don't actually hate maths, if I wasn't wanting to do chemistry at uni I'd do maths.
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    I'm only applying for chemistry at Durham. My other choices are medicine

    :woo: that's really good to hear

    France pretty random location
    :O I hope you don't take the place of someone (me) who wants to do chemistry there.

    And France would be a great place to study chemistry, chemistry is massive on the continent.
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    (Original post by CJG21)
    We don't need any more mathematicians because all of the needed maths has been done. Chemistry is a relatively new science, and we need lots of chemists.

    And I don't actually hate maths, if I wasn't wanting to do chemistry at uni I'd do maths.
    How naive is that actual statement you just made... We still don't understand Prime Numbers fully, we still haven't proved true/false several conjectures such as the Goldbach conjecture, we still haven't got the technology for machines to produce every theorem in the world - we still need mathematicians because computers aren't an appropriate substitute for the mathematicians creative flare.

    Your other posts seemed to indicate that you did.

    Also sorry to burst your bubble but mathematicians are still in greater demand than chemists

    Please pick up a book about maths before you make radical assumptions that now mathematicians aren't needed.
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    (Original post by CJG21)
    It's just plumbing for chemists.
    I know

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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    How naive is that actual statement you just made... We still don't understand Prime Numbers fully, we still haven't proved true/false several conjectures such as the Goldbach conjecture, we still haven't got the technology for machines to produce every theorem in the world - we still need mathematicians because computers aren't an appropriate substitute for the mathematicians creative flare.

    Your other posts seemed to indicate that you did.

    Please pick up a book about maths before you make radical assumptions that now mathematicians aren't needed.
    None of that stuff is actually necessary to know though. It's nowhere near as important as any of the things that are being done in any of the scientific fields.
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    (Original post by CJG21)
    We don't need any more mathematicians because all of the needed maths has been done.
    Bro, do you even Navier-Stokes?
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    (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
    I know

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    It pays miles more than chemistry though That's irritating.
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    (Original post by Felix Felicis)
    Bro, do you even Navier-Stokes?
    Brah hes clearly blind if he thinks such a thing. Even his lovely subject Chemistry requires a significant amount of maths post a-level.
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    (Original post by CJG21)
    It pays miles more than chemistry though That's irritating.
    Haha, yaay.
    The course is longer too though (I think).

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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    I'm only applying for chemistry at Durham. My other choices are medicine

    How about you?

    :woo: that's really good to hear

    France pretty random location
    Yes, extremely random for someone to want to speak French :lol:
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    (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
    Haha, yaay.
    The course is longer too though (I think).

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    What courses are you looking at?
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Brah hes clearly blind if he thinks such a thing. Even his lovely subject Chemistry requires a significant amount of maths post a-level.
    I do know that.
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    (Original post by CJG21)
    :O I hope you don't take the place of someone (me) who wants to do chemistry there.

    And France would be a great place to study chemistry, chemistry is massive on the continent.
    I doubt I'm even going to get an offer since its already competitive there. Hopefully I don't have to either, but I do actually love chemistry as well. Where else are you planning on applying?

    Wouldn't imagine chemistry to be large there, at least I know now
 
 
 
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