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    I'm applying to uni this year and I'm not sure whether to study biology or biochemistry. I'm most interested in microbiology (viruses,bacteria, cells), genetics and diseases. I worry that a biochemistry degree may be too narrow for me and chemistry heavy as i dont find reactions and stuff that interesting. Any help would be much appreciated
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    Have you looked at course structures as they can vary? Look at a good mix of biology and biochem courses and pick the most interesting courses. Don't worry about the degree name.
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