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what types of things do we learn in maths biology and chemistry a level? i need some guideline of what to say as i am accepted into an interview where theyll ask why i choose them and what it is about. plz help!!
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The interviews are usually quite informal so you shouldn't worry. I'd say that you enjoy these subjects at GCSE and you want to take them further.


Here's a very rough outline of these A-levels:
maths (these areas tend to merge): algebra, functions, trig, calculus

biology: structure of cells, structure and function of organs/tissues, biochemistry, classification/variation, disease and health, genetics

chemistry: inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, chemical analysis (mass spectrometry etc.), equilibria and rates, enthalpy
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