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    I want to study biology at university, I've looked at a few unis but they've mostly all got entry requirements of AAA/AAB, does anyone know the best non-russel group unis for biology or is it best to put top choices as Russel groups? I'm just thinking back up plan unless I don't get my predicted grades!
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    Russel group means nothing for an undergrad. Focus on picking courses that are interesting to you and for which you meet the entry requirements.
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    Does anyone know what are the best non-russel group universities for biology ? On the league tables,there is mostly russel groups, i was just wondering which others are known for good performance in biology.
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    Does anyone know what are the best non-russel group universities for biology ? On the league tables,there is mostly russel groups, i was just wondering which others are known for good performance in biology.
    the university of Hull offers biology.
    they require 112 has points but a C in biology. if you are taking the new A level course, then you would require a Pass in the practical element, in order to gain an unconditional offer.

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    I am im the same situation, although i am stuck as there are so many to choose from and i cannot narrow it down to specific choices. Warwick doesnt have too high requirements, neither does keele. You could try looking at nottingham trent, derby, bangor or hull as previously mentioned, however some of these may be biological science courses not biology. They have slightly different modules.
 
 
 
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