I'm currently doing A Levels and studying Psychology, Biology, French and English Lang
I've been taking a look at university courses and I'm wondering if all
BSc courses require 2 "hard" sciences at A Level (i.e. Maths / Chem / Physics / Biology) - of course I only have one of these hard sciences as Psychology doesn't count, and I'm wondering if I'll have to stick with a BA instead, which wouldn't be a problem.
I know that BSc degrees are obviously far more science-based than BA degrees, but do any uni courses accept only 1 hard science for a BSc?
Sorry if it's a stupid question!