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    I know that it is not relevant for deciding what you want to do but I'm just curious! So between, biological science/biology, biochemistry and chemistry which is more respectable?
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    (Original post by Iyla)
    I know that it is not relevant for deciding what you want to do but I'm just curious! So between, biological science/biology, biochemistry and chemistry which is more respectable?
    I actually have no idea, but at the moment, I'm leaning towards biochemistry? It's a mixture of both biology and chemistry, and it seems to be more relevant nowadays. Honestly, though, I wouldn't say that one subject is more respectable than another - they all have their strengths in their own way.
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    Respected by who and for what? If you're talking about employability it makes no difference.
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    Respected by who and for what? If you're talking about employability it makes no difference.
    Say if I want to apply for a postgraduate degree , which of the 3 would be more respected by a uni? And also just to other people!
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    It makes no difference, go with what interests you most.
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    (Original post by nusquam)
    I actually have no idea, but at the moment, I'm leaning towards biochemistry? It's a mixture of both biology and chemistry, and it seems to be more relevant nowadays. Honestly, though, I wouldn't say that one subject is more respectable than another - they all have their strengths in their own way.
    You have a good point! Thanks! I have no clue what degree I would like to apply for so I would like to know how respected subjects are compared to each other
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    You have a good point! Thanks! I have no clue what degree I would like to apply for so I would like to know how respected subjects are compared to each other
    No problem, you're welcome. Honestly, don't worry too much about which one you're gonna take - they're all equally as good!
 
 
 
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