(Original post by reinaadira)
What persuaded/inspired you to take Chemistry? What did you take for A Levels?
If the question is to me, I always kind of had a passion for things science unknowingly.
Ended up in rubbish jobs, took the wrong routes, ended up taking an apprenticeship in the pharmaceutical industry. Decided I needed to move on to a degree to get the roles and responsibility I wanted.
The work (industry) though destroyed my passion for science completely though saying that, chemistry/science is the only thing that makes sense to peruse academically for me, so I will do it and university is a fun beak from the 'real' world.
Note: Note no A level, Btec in applied science, biology heavy with added faff.
Would you pay less for a humanities degree?