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    I was considering a degree in chemistry and i am currently studying chemistry, biology, physics and psychology (as). I don't have maths, so that rules out a lot of the courses like imperial etc. but some don't and instead require another science. Is there a major difference between these courses, because I know at cardiff you have to take a maths unit in your first year if you haven't done A-level maths. Basically what I'm trying to say is are most of the courses of equal difficulty but require the maths unit, or are most of the ones that don't need the maths void of much maths content.

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