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I'm actually in AS-Level at the moment (sorry!), but I'm wondering about what options I have for university to study Healthcare Science (Physiological Sciences) because unfortunately, I made the massive mistake of taking AS Human Biology.

This narrows down my options a lot because I know not many universities accept Human Biology. The reason I took it was because St. George accepted it (and I'm aiming for there too!), and I thought Human Biology would be easier than normal Biology (which in my opinion, is).

At the moment, I know Leeds and St. George clearly state that they accept Human Biology, but all the other universities say "preferably Biology" or "a least one science".

But what actually counts as "a science"? Because I do take AS Mathematics at the moment, and I intend on continuing it for A2 as well but there's no way a university would take Maths for a science in such a health related subject.

Sorry for being so long-winded! I'm just a bit upset and panicky right now about my options.
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I'm actually in AS-Level at the moment (sorry!), but I'm wondering about what options I have for university to study Healthcare Science (Physiological Sciences) because unfortunately, I made the massive mistake of taking AS Human Biology.

This narrows down my options a lot because I know not many universities accept Human Biology. The reason I took it was because St. George accepted it (and I'm aiming for there too!), and I thought Human Biology would be easier than normal Biology (which in my opinion, is).

At the moment, I know Leeds and St. George clearly state that they accept Human Biology, but all the other universities say "preferably Biology" or "a least one science".

But what actually counts as "a science"? Because I do take AS Mathematics at the moment, and I intend on continuing it for A2 as well but there's no way a university would take Maths for a science in such a health related subject.

Sorry for being so long-winded! I'm just a bit upset and panicky right now about my options.
I'm pretty show when universities say Biology it includes biology in general regardless what exam board or spec. Where universities say they need biology it also means Human Biology
also when they science it includes Maths,Chemistry,Physics, biology and some count Psychology as a Science so basically all your subjects are fine
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