Biology or Geography?Watch this thread
I really like human biology type subjects, but I also love physical geography. I found a course at UCL that does a course that I could combine the 2, Natural Sciences Bsc. However the entry requirements are reeaaallly high (A*AA-AAA) Until I get my AS results I have no idea if i can get anywhere near that, so I obviously have to think of back ups. But there aren't many place that do degrees that combine biology and physical geography in the way that I want, so I have no idea what to look at for my back up options. I could go into just geography, or biomedical sciences (which I won't actually be able to do because I failed chemistry) or else just biology. How do I chose, between the 2, and if I do apply to say natural sciences and biology, which one would my personal statement have to orientate towards??
A couple of unis also combine biology and geography- like St Andrews and Keele, so that might be worth considering as well.
In terms of choosing between the two, can you think of a career you want to do in the future that would require either? Is there also one which you enjoy more? In terms of your PS- you could make it more biology focused for natural sciences but you would have to incorporate other aspects too
I'll look into earth sciences, but I'm just thinking it might not have enough biology.
Career wise I don't really know what I want to do exactly, but I see myself working in a lab, or doing some sort of research based job.