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    I am desperate because of the fackt that I will be applying with Chemistry and Physics but it seems that most of the course require Mathematics and Chemistry or Physics as required subjects.
    Do you happen to know universities or courses for which I would be eligible for as an candidate who applies with Chemistry and Physics.
    Please help me!!!
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    (Original post by Ivan Yankov)
    Hello

    I am desperate because of the fackt that I will be applying with Chemistry and Physics but it seems that most of the course require Mathematics and Chemistry or Physics as required subjects.
    Do you happen to know universities or courses for which I would be eligible for as an candidate who applies with Chemistry and Physics.
    Please help me!!!
    What course are you applying for or want to apply for ???
    What are you interested in? What other A levels are you taking? What are your predicted and AS grades?
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    What's her surname and I'll put out an APB on her
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    I'm inferring quite a bit from the OP but I think he's doing A-levels or something similar in chemistry and physics but not maths so on that assumption:

    Physics: There's no worthwhile physics degree in the UK which doesn't require maths. It's seen as the more important subject in most cases too.

    Chemistry: Less maths than physics in general but I think most degrees still require it.

    Note: I decided to try and see about chemistry degrees needing maths and I found this which states that 38% of chemistry students in a survey did not have A-level maths back in 2012 so I'm guessing it might be easier than I thought.
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    (Original post by lawlieto)
    What course are you applying for or want to apply for ???
    What are you interested in? What other A levels are you taking? What are your predicted and AS grades?
    Starting from Chemistry medical chemistry chemical engineering to physics nanotechnology and even pharmacy and pharmacology. It seems that for the last one i would be eligible. I wonder if there are any courses which have only one or two science required science subjects such as chemistry or physics or both.
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    (Original post by qno2)
    I'm inferring quite a bit from the OP but I think he's doing A-levels or something similar in chemistry and physics but not maths so on that assumption:

    Physics: There's no worthwhile physics degree in the UK which doesn't require maths. It's seen as the more important subject in most cases too.

    Chemistry: Less maths than physics in general but I think most degrees still require it.

    Note: I decided to try and see about chemistry degrees needing maths and I found this which states that 38% of chemistry students in a survey did not have A-level maths back in 2012 so I'm guessing it might be easier than I thought.
    Yup. You understood me right. Thank you very much for the reaserch you did. It seems that not all hope is gone for me. Do you have any sugestions what should I do?
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    i thought this was a suicide thread
 
 
 
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