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    I'm struggling to choose a uni course, and I'm not interested in medicine or dentistry, so I wanted to know all the possible uni courses I can be thinking about with the A levels of maths chemistry and biology.
    Thanks
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    Biological sciences/biology?
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    (Original post by MathsAstronomy12)
    Biological sciences/biology?
    what would biological sciences consist of in the course
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    Natural Sciences.
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    (Original post by mathsaddict1234)
    what would biological sciences consist of in the course
    http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/under...gical-sciences
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    Any other possible courses?
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    (Original post by mathsaddict1234)
    Any other possible courses?
    I suppose it depends; what kind of things are you interested in doing?
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    (Original post by JustARandomer123)
    I suppose it depends; what kind of things are you interested in doing?
    This true. You need to ask yourself what course will I enjoy doing 3-4 years at uni. What's your favourite subject that you enjoy most?


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    (Original post by JustARandomer123)
    I suppose it depends; what kind of things are you interested in doing?
    I don't mind engineering related courses
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    Econ/Accounting and Finance etc
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    Chemistry/biology/biochemistry/anatomy/genetics/zoology/pharmacology/physiology/pharmacy/nursing/radiography/physiotherapy/optometry/occupational therapy/vet med. There are loads of science and health care courses you could do

    You could also have a look at degrees that don't require specific A levels.

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    (Original post by Changing Skies)
    Chemistry/biology/biochemistry/anatomy/genetics/zoology/pharmacology/physiology/pharmacy/nursing/radiography/physiotherapy/optometry/occupational therapy/vet med. There are loads of science and health care courses you could do

    You could also have a look at degrees that don't require specific A levels.

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    Thank you very much
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    (Original post by Waliid)
    This true. You need to ask yourself what course will I enjoy doing 3-4 years at uni. What's your favourite subject that you enjoy most?


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    Probably maths
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    (Original post by mathsaddict1234)
    I don't mind engineering related courses

    Would something like chemical engineering appeal to you? There's always aeronautical/aerospace engineering too or mechanical
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    (Original post by JustARandomer123)
    Would something like chemical engineering appeal to you? There's always aeronautical/aerospace engineering too or mechanical
    It does appeal to me, however I don't know if I'm good enough for it
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    You can do chemical engineering, search on UCAS to see what courses you can do
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    Chemical Engineering
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    (Original post by mathsaddict1234)
    It does appeal to me, however I don't know if I'm good enough for it
    You won't know unless you try I'd suggest doing a bit of research on the courses. Look at universities and modules that they offer, see if they interest you
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    Did you look at Computer science? If you didn't then might be worth looking at the course structure and seeing if it interests you. Also there are many different courses like Biological Science, Chemical engineering, Mathematics, Biomedical Science.
    Really look into these courses and choose a course you'll enjoy.


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    Computer science, only needs math
 
 
 
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