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I want to get into the university of reading or queens mary university.
I'm doing Maths (old spec), Biology (New Spec) and Psychology (Old spec)
I am resit student and a private candidate. I self study at home, no school.
I failed AS chemistry last year.
I got fairly good GCSE's

Any chance of getting into biomedicine?
I know there are a few universities that don't require chemistry. But is this realistic?
My back up is Microbiology.
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(Original post by Montypower)
I want to get into the university of reading or queens mary university.
I'm doing Maths (old spec), Biology (New Spec) and Psychology (Old spec)
I am resit student and a private candidate. I self study at home, no school.
I failed AS chemistry last year.
I got fairly good GCSE's

Any chance of getting into biomedicine?
I know there are a few universities that don't require chemistry. But is this realistic?
My back up is Microbiology.
Hey, I don't do chemistry A-level and want to do Biomed at uni. So far i've found that De monfort, Aston and Coventry Uni don't require Chemistry. What uni's have you found?
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(Original post by Montypower)
I want to get into the university of reading or queens mary university.
I'm doing Maths (old spec), Biology (New Spec) and Psychology (Old spec)
I am resit student and a private candidate. I self study at home, no school.
I failed AS chemistry last year.
I got fairly good GCSE's

Any chance of getting into biomedicine?
I know there are a few universities that don't require chemistry. But is this realistic?
My back up is Microbiology.
Hey I haven't taken Chemistry at A-level and i'm applying to do biomedical science this year!
I am applying to Aston, Brunel, Coventry, De Montfort, and Lincoln.

None of them require chemistry, and they all offer a sandwich year which will be really useful when it comes to getting a job
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(Original post by Montypower)
I want to get into the university of reading or queens mary university.
I'm doing Maths (old spec), Biology (New Spec) and Psychology (Old spec)
I am resit student and a private candidate. I self study at home, no school.
I failed AS chemistry last year.
I got fairly good GCSE's

Any chance of getting into biomedicine?
I know there are a few universities that don't require chemistry. But is this realistic?
My back up is Microbiology.
Lincoln, De Montfort, Chester, Brunel, UCLAN, Kent, Coventry, Aston, Warwick (Not sure about this one but they do not mention the need to have Chemistry for Biomed) Salford, MMU and Bradford do not require chemistry. QMUL do require chemistry/physics.
I am in a similar position to you because I got an E in chemistry and had to drop it but I still got offers from universities.
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Lincoln, De Montfort, Chester, Brunel, UCLAN, Kent, Coventry, Aston, Warwick (Not sure about this one but they do not mention the need to have Chemistry for Biomed) Salford, MMU and Bradford do not require chemistry. QMUL do require chemistry/physics.
I am in a similar position to you because I got an E in chemistry and had to drop it but I still got offers from universities.
Are you serious? That's amazing thanks!
I also got an E grade for chemistry so I had to drop it.
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Are you serious? That's amazing thanks!
I also got an E grade for chemistry so I had to drop it.
You're welcome. Good luck with your application!
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hi i was just wondering if you ended up applying to biomedical science and if you got offers?
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