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    This may sound silly but I'm interested in applying for Environmental Geography at UoS but the subjects I took at school (I'm 18 now and left school 2 years ago) don't relate to Geography whatsoever as I always thought I'd go down the scientific route but after dropping out of Biomed at uni I've realised I want to do something else and I'm interested in this course. The entry requirements say you need ONE of the following subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geography, Geology, Mathematics OR Physics. My Higher grades are AAABB and I have Biology (A) Chem (B) and Maths (B) which is 3 subjects from the subject list and was wondering if anyone thinks this will be enough to apply for this course? Has anyone done/are doing this course having had little experience with Geography at school?

    You'll be fine. Environmental geography just uses lotsa bits from the other sciences to study the world. You can go straight in.

    I just finished a BSc Geography degree at Manchester and had no geography or environmental science A levels.

    How did you get on? Did you apply for environmental geography at Stirling because I think I'm going this year for the environmental geography course
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