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    Which do you think is better for a student planning to study Chemistry, Biology and English literature? Could you mention the extra curriculum, teaching etc?
    Woodhouse's exam boards for bio and chem are AQA whilst at C&I it's OCR salters and edexcel - does it make a difference? Would I have to work harder at C&I? Do they have something where you have to attend a club every week?
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    Which do you think is better for a student planning to study Chemistry, Biology and English literature? Could you mention the extra curriculum, teaching etc?
    Woodhouse's exam boards for bio and chem are AQA whilst at C&I it's OCR salters and edexcel - does it make a difference? Would I have to work harder at C&I? Do they have something where you have to attend a club every week?
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    I attend C&I!!! you dont have to attend 'clubs' we call them workshops if you dont want to. near the time its more useful but otherwise u dont need to. i did physics electronics drama and maths. I know for english literature they teach good. dont know anyone that studies chem and bio but honestly the only thing is, c&i is like a small uni. u have to do the work yourself and they will teach u as much as they should Hope that helps!
 
 
 
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