Do I really need A level maths for a degree in Chemistry degree ? Watch

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I taken Chemistry , Biology and Maths as my A levels and I really want to drop maths but I feel like that I'll be at a disadvantage if I don't take maths. Why I want to drop is that my maths teacher has told me that the highest grade that I might get is a D and that's if am lucky (I know what a lovely teacher). My other teachers for Biology and Chemistry said B or higher as my grades. Am stuck on what to do ? The other A level that I might take if I switch is R.S. Also I want to say I had a B in GCSE maths if that makes a difference. Am going to email the universities that I want to go to but I want to know if people got to do the degree without maths and if it was hard for them ?? THANK YOU FOR ANY REPLIES

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