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    I'm currently in year 12 studying Chemistry, Biology, Economics (which I'm dropping next year) and French, with the hope of being an environmental scientist. Because this is such a changing field I thought Natural Science would give me some flexibility, however although I want to do a more biological route, most unis are recommending maths. Is the course really mathy or is it more 'preferred' than 'essential'? Also, any unis you'd recommend? (Currently looking at Bath Durham Nottingham and maybe Cambridge)
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    Check the entry requirements. If the uni says they'd like it no one else's opinion matters.
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