I am choosing my AS levels which are currently biology, geogrpahy, english literature and history. I am not sure what route I want to go down so have had to keep my options open.
One of my possible routes I am considering is marine biology, but I am worried that I am unlikely to be accepted at universities without chemistry. Most ask for preferably two science subjects, and some consider geography a science subject.
I would really like some advice on whether it is likely that I will be accepted, should I decide on persuing that route, without chemistry. I am not too keen on taking chemistry as it sounds very intensive, and, since I am not completely enthusiastic about the subject, I don't think I would thoroughly enjoy or excel in it. Please help! Any advice is greatly appreciated, thank you!
A levels for Marine Biology Watch
- Thread Starter
- 28-03-2013 16:20
- 28-03-2013 20:10
you could do maths/physic, biology and geography are perfect for marine biology and english literature will show your versatility as a student. So biology, geography, literature and maths/physic would suffice.
- 29-03-2013 10:42
Hmmm... If you're definitely against chemistry then I suggest:
English Literature (because you want it)