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    I understand you must get this a lot on here, but I am looking in to studying Neuroscience at Oxford - or Cambridge. The requirements on their website state A*AA is needed at A Level. I am going to be starting an Access to Science course in September, and would love to study at Oxbridge after. Is there a chance of me getting in? What are my best options. I can get in to Kings College, but I would prefer Oxbridge.
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    Are you aware that neither oxford nor Cambridge actually do Neuroscience as an undergraduate course?
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    (Original post by bellatrixb)
    Are you aware that neither oxford nor Cambridge actually do Neuroscience as an undergraduate course?

    Yes. I will study Natural Sciences, and specialise in Neuroscience in the third year.
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    I really know nothing about access qualifications, but if no-one answers here, email the oxford and Cambridge admissions departments to ask what their policies on it are. They're usually really helpful
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    http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/under...nal_quals.html

    http://www.study.cam.ac.uk/undergrad...ements/#access

    That's what both unis say about Access diplomas.

    Definitely email the admissions departments for more specific assistance.
 
 
 
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