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    I am studying Mathematics, Biology and Psychology at A-level - which uni courses accept these three as an entry requirement?

    Any help would really be appreciated
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    What do you want to do career-wise? What do you want to do at uni? What has your research turned up as possible options?
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    most degrees dont require certain a levels, just grades, unless you want to go down the science/engineering route.

    i take maths, further maths, economics, english (i just dropped physics) and i want to do maths at uni, although the only a level they require is maths
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    Biomedicine is linked to all 3 if you fancy it!
    Biochemical engineering
    Biotechnology
    Civil Engineering
    Human Sciences
    Psychology
    Language Study
    A statistical science?

    Depends what you're interested in.
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    (Original post by guneetkhatri)
    I am studying Mathematics, Biology and Psychology at A-level - which uni courses accept these three as an entry requirement?

    Any help would really be appreciated
    Try this for some inspiration:

    http://university.which.co.uk/a-leve...ychology?o=021

    And look at each of the three tabs : Best matches / Close matches / Unexpected matches
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Try this for some inspiration:

    http://university.which.co.uk/a-leve...ychology?o=021

    And look at each of the three tabs : Best matches / Close matches / Unexpected matches
    That website only lets you put in 4 A Levels. Seems like a strange design choice.
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    (Original post by alow)
    That website only lets you put in 4 A Levels. Seems like a strange design choice.
    If you have 5 A-levels then you could do just about anything...
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    (Original post by alow)
    That website only lets you put in 4 A Levels. Seems like a strange design choice.
    RIP cowboys
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    (Original post by Duncan2012)
    What do you want to do career-wise? What do you want to do at uni? What has your research turned up as possible options?
    I haven't looked much into any careers I am interested in taking as I have only just started my a-levels. I have done lots of research and found I was quite interested in Biomedical sciences but I feel that I would have gained an advantage if I had taken Chem a-levels.
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    (Original post by amingo26)
    Biomedicine is linked to all 3 if you fancy it!
    Biochemical engineering
    Biotechnology
    Civil Engineering
    Human Sciences
    Psychology
    Language Study
    A statistical science?

    Depends what you're interested in.
    Thanks a lot for this! I will look into the courses that I have not yet. 😊
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Try this for some inspiration:

    http://university.which.co.uk/a-leve...ychology?o=021

    And look at each of the three tabs : Best matches / Close matches / Unexpected matches
    Thank you! I will look into the website.
 
 
 
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