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    Im soo confused on which to pick to study at uni

    I really like chem at a level but im not sure if i just like it because i understand it. But with bio i only like some parts like cells and molecular bio (dont like the general biology like anatomy, digestion etc.)

    So im trying to find a biochem course with more chem but im not sure if i should just do pure chem instead :3 - when i think of pure chem at degree level it makes me think it will be really hard and that i cant see myself doing chem at uni.

    NOTE: sorry if my grammar is bad here - im a bit busy atm
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    (Original post by kiiten)
    Im soo confused on which to pick to study at uni

    I really like chem at a level but im not sure if i just like it because i understand it. But with bio i only like some parts like cells and molecular bio (dont like the general biology like anatomy, digestion etc.)

    So im trying to find a biochem course with more chem but im not sure if i should just do pure chem instead :3 - when i think of pure chem at degree level it makes me think it will be really hard and that i cant see myself doing chem at uni.

    NOTE: sorry if my grammar is bad here - im a bit busy atm
    Flip a coin. Heads is Biochemistry and Tails is Chemistry. With out come of the coin flipping you will decide if you felt when you got heads or tails.
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    I'm applying to do a dual honours of chemistry and biochemistry at Keele you could look into that or mayb see what other universities do dual honours like that.


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    (Original post by GabbytheGreek_48)
    I'm applying to do a dual honours of chemistry and biochemistry at Keele you could look into that or mayb see what other universities do dual honours like that.


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    Problem is, I heard with dual honours courses it's much harder to get a good grade out of the degree.



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    (Original post by Bloom77)
    Problem is, I heard with dual honours courses it's much harder to get a good grade out of the degree.



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    Would biochemistry with biological chemistry be classed as dual honours?
 
 
 
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