pappu
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as the title states,

a levels:

sociology -a
psychology - b
business - c

AS philosophy - b

GCSES

english lang - a*
religious studies - a*
english lit - a
math - c
core science - b
additional science - b
geography - b
history - b
catering - b

what are my chances?
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I'm not sure so sorry I can't help ;_; But I feel compelled to ask: what made you want to apply to chemistry?
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No, unfortunately not.
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You have no sciences at A level. Your science gcse grades are modest and your maths gcse is not great for an aspiring scientist.
Why do you want to do a chemistry degree ? What makes you think you have the aptitude for it?

If you really think it is for you, then you might get into a course with a foundation year to get your science skills up to scratch e.g.

http://www.southampton.ac.uk/chemist...ion.page#entry

http://www.uea.ac.uk/study/undergrad...r#requirements

google a phrase like "chemistry degree with foundation year" or search ucas for similar courses and their entry requirements.
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