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    I am currently doing my Scottish Highers (equivalent to A-levels) which include Physics, Chemistry and Maths. Since neuroscience is usually classified as a life science I was wondering if a higher level of Biology is essential in order for me to study Neuroscience at University. And if not, what universities don't require it.
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    You'll have to look this up. Unis will either say it's compulsory or that you need at least 1-2 sciences which may include biology. It will be very beneficial though.
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    Usually Chemistry is a more important prerequisite than Biology but you have to check with the unis in question.

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