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Chemistry and Molecular physics MSci at Nottingham Uni

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    Hi there,

    I am currently in year 13 and absolutely love both Chemistry and Physics, to the point was undecided as to which I wanted to study at University.

    Until I came across the Chemistry and Molecular physics offered at the University of Nottingham. Looking at the modules it seems like the perfect course for me, focusing more on my preferred area of chemistry (Physical).

    I was just wondering if anyone has any experience with this course, be it with Nottingham or elsewhere, and could tell me what they thought of it. I was also wondering if it would limit my career options going down a specific field. (I.e if I wanted to pursue a career in chemistry, would I be at a disadvantage for not taking a straight chemistry course?)

    Cheers in advance.
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