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    I don't think so. Obviously I am not 100% sure as I cannot find their entry criteria for some reason but I don't think with your current courses you would be able to study chemistry at Oxford.


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    I don't think so. Obviously I am not 100% sure as I cannot find their entry criteria for some reason but I don't think with your current courses you would be able to study chemistry at Oxford.


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    For their entry criteria, you need to have Chemistry and preferably Maths to A2, with A*AA (the A* being in a science). F.Maths and Physics are useful, but not essential. I just want to know how much emphasis they place on A Level subjects i.e. if you had the minimum requirements would you still have a realistic chance (considering the competition).
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    The main things they're looking for are people with a competence for chemistry, who also demonstrate sufficient competence with numbers to get through the physical side of the course and the first year maths for chemistry course. I would not be too worried if I were you. That said, it would have been better if you'd taken mechanics instead of stats, and studying some of the further pure modules would benefit you.
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    (Original post by BJack)
    The main things they're looking for are people with a competence for chemistry, who also demonstrate sufficient competence with numbers to get through the physical side of the course and the first year maths for chemistry course. I would not be too worried if I were you. That said, it would have been better if you'd taken mechanics instead of stats, and studying some of the further pure modules would benefit you.
    Thanks for the advice. I was thinking of studying some of the further modules, but probably over summer since then I'd have finished my exams. Seing as we're still doing C1, as is the mechanics group, and we're in the same option block, I guess it wouldn't be a problem to change to mechanics.

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