jf1994
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I'm looking for some books that I might have to buy when I start my Microbiology course at Nottingham in September, just something I can read when I've got some spare time to try and get a head start on the Chemistry side of the course, since I'm not doing A-level Chemistry.

Is anyone on here a current Microbiology student?

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It usually isn't a good idea to buy books. They're expensive, you're not likely to use them after your first year and the library will usually have plenty. Have a look at the recommended reading for some of your modules to get an idea.
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I recommend buying some books . I find "Foundations in Microbiology- Talaro, Chess. by McGraw-Hill. 2012." very useful! Also "Microbiology. Bios instant notes. Baker. by Garland Science. 2012." both are good for expanding your horizon in this subject
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