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So im going to be applying to university this year and cannot chose between studying a single hounours or dual hounours degree, keele offer a wide range of dual hounours courses. What would be the best option for me.

If i were to study dual hounours i was thinking of either

Biochemistry and human biology
Biochemistry and chemistry
Biochemistry and neuroscience
Biochemistry and computer science
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Choose what you're interested in. They're all quite different!
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I'm doing Neuroscience and Biochemistry at Keele. You really should choose something that you enjoy, but a lot of the modules overlap in Life Sciences, such as Human Biology, Neuroscience, Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences. Biomedical Sciences is a single honours programme, though. I think this means that you can change courses quite easily after the first year because that's when things get more specialised. So far, I've found that Neuroscience is a lot better for me, but the actual module Introduction to Neuroscience is shared, and I also do Cell and Molecular Biology. Biochemistry is more difficult, and as you can expect, there are a lot of calculations and it's more theoretical.
If I were you, I would look over individual topics, especially for the first year.
Good luck!
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