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    Do I really need to complete A2 to get a bachelor's degree in chemistry?
    If yes please someone give me some study tips I'm stuggling 😓😓😓
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    (Original post by Akuzan17)
    Do I really need to complete A2 to get a bachelor's degree in chemistry?
    If yes please someone give me some study tips I'm stuggling 😓😓😓
    Yes, if and only if the university you applying to does not accept any other alternatives. There's no way you'd be able to survive degree level Chemistry if you cannot handle A-level. However, lots of unis accept alternative qualifications such as BTEC Applied Sciences, so you should go on some uni website (the ones you're interested in that is) and check their entry requirements).


    There are 1000s of Youtube tutorials, so I'd recommend you to type topic names there and watch tutorials. Also, PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE. Start doing lots and lots of past paper questions regularly for you to get used to the questions they throw at you (this is how all my Chemistry friends got above an A: they did past paper question by modules during the morning everyday as a habit).
 
 
 
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