I know I want a science career and I know I'm leaning towards life sciences (biochemistry is the thing that's popped out most)
Currently choosing A-levels. I'm definitely doing Maths, chemistry and biology.
I enjoy maths in its own right, am good at it, and really really love it so am being encouraged to do further maths, however I'm concerned about choosing it over physics. Would I be limiting my options in any way, and which would be most useful content-wise for once in uni?
Further maths or physics for life-based science? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 25-09-2016 20:02
- Official TSR Representative
- 27-09-2016 21:40
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Just quoting in Danny Dorito so she can move the thread if needed
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