I previously wanted to study pharmaceutical chemistry at university, but over the past month I've been considering studying materials science instead. I've read about both in detail but I can't decide which I'd prefer. I need to make a decision before I start my A-Levels in September, since the former would requite biology but the latter would require physics. I'm already taking chemistry, maths and product design which are useful for both. Can anyone give me any advice on this please- can anyone recommend one course over the other? Would I be able to study materials science having taken biology and not physics? Any help is much appreciated.
I'm not sure exactly what field of science I'd like to work in. watch
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- 30-04-2016 21:53
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- 02-05-2016 23:20
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- 03-05-2016 02:03
Go for Chemistry, Maths, Physics, and Biology. Problem solved.
- 03-05-2016 03:19
You could always do BSc/MSci natural science.
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