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    I've applied to study a BSc in biomedical science, but I'm not sure I've made the right choice?! I enjoy the biochemical side of biology (thats about it) but didn't want t go down a specific rout at this point, so biomedical science seemed like a good idea to me. At the time of applying I was thinking of applying for Chemistry, which is a subject I enjoy more and more, and would enable to keep my maths up to a good standard. I didn't feel I'd ever be capable of doing chemistry back then, but I now feel I enjoy it much more than biology. I'm worried that biomedical science WON'T have a lot of maths. Should I take a year a out an reapply for chemistry? or change to a course which is more closely related to chemistry in September time ?

    Any advice would be really helpful!

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    See if the uni will let you change now if you know you want to change already but you're right biomed won't be a lot of math or chem though there will be some.
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