I do biology maths further maths music and of course chemistry. I would target top 5 unis for chemistry, would I possibly not be made an offer?
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Applying to chemistry without physics watch
- Thread Starter
- 23-01-2014 17:17
- 23-01-2014 20:48
You should look at the entry requirements for the universities/courses that you might be interested in, but generally speaking you don't need physics - particularity if you're offering maths.Last edited by EierVonSatan; 24-01-2014 at 20:00.
- 25-01-2014 10:14
You do further maths so you're in a strong position, definitely. I don't believe physics is a requirement anywhere. Even with chem, maths & a non-science you'd stand a decent chance - chemistry just does not get madly competitive.