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    This degree has entry requirements between AAA-ABB. I'm failing to understand this completely. ABB is good but pretty mediocre and something I feel I could obtain. But I could not get AAA. Would those who have AAB or AAA be favoured over myself when it comes to applications and the actual learning itself?
    Or is it basically just saying ABB or above?

    Whereas this degree, is practically similar, and is only asking for ABB. ?

    Entry requirements aside, which do you think is the better degree to go for. I plan on doing either postgraduate taught or research and become a bio-scientist in the future.
    Also, I only do A Level Biology. Not Chemistry.


    And your question...?
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