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    I'm in year 12 at the moment and currently have no idea what i want to do at uni. Keeping this in mind when i chose my options, i made sure i chose a bit of everything. I'm not saying i definitely want to do a science or anything, i was just wondering which ones i could do with these a levels?

    Maths
    Chemistry
    History
    Politics

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    It's hard because it depends on the course and University. a Chemistry degree for example might want Chemistry A-level, Maths, and another science subject. Or they might not want Maths and simply another science subject. Or even just Chemistry. Really depends.

    Your degree should be what you're interested in. You can only say what you're interested in now and go from there. Presumably since you're asking science degrees and your only science is Chemistry you're interested in CHemistry and want to take a degree in something Chemistry related?

    Just get a load of prospectuses if and when you go to a higher education fair of some sort or something is held at your college things usually are. Or order loads off the internet. Look at subjects in the prospectuses then start looking at specific universities that are good for that subject. You don't have to commit to anything getting prospectuses, I got an Oxford prospectus just out of interest. They also offer good overviews of courses.
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    Pretty certain (at least last time I had reason to know) that you can do natural sciences at cambridge, as I remember being surprised that you could do physical nat. sci needing only chemistry as a required subject.

    From there you could specialise in any of the physical sciences I imagine.
 
 
 
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