MsTyrell
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I know unis only often require two sciences, but really, will it be looked down upon if I drop Biology at AS? I currently study Biology, Chemistry, Maths and English Literature at AS, but I enjoy English so much more than Biology. I would love to do a Chemistry degree, but the Biology A levl course bores me to death. I love the variety that having a non-science subject at A2 would bring. I am also interested in a career in science journalism, so feel the English Literature would be beneficial.

Would getting onto a course at a Russell group uni no longer be an option if I choose to drop Biology?
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For the purposes of admission maths often comes under the classification of science. You would have no problems getting onto a chemistry course if you dropped biology in terms of your subject choices.
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Maths is classed as a science as mentioned above. Maths is more valuable than biology for a chemistry degree. You use a lot of maths in chemistry and if you haven't got bio some unis have a bio optional module you can take
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