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Do I need to take biology, chemistry AND
maths or physics for alevel to study pharmacology at university or can I take English literature as a third subject?i just really like English literature 😩
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I've got offers for pharmacology and I study biology chemistry and psychology! I would say if you wanted to go to a top uni then maths/physics would probably be preferred but I have offers from Bristol and kings and my predicted grades are AAB, if you get the grades you'll be fine x
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Hi, if you want to do Pharmacology as part of Cambridge's Natural Sciences course, you will almost definitely need maths at A-level (some colleges say they only require 2 sciences at A-level, however the majority of applicants have 3 or 4 sciences so only having 2 could put you at a disadvantage).

From what I know, Bath, Bristol, KCL, UCL, Cardiff, Manchester and Southampton only require 1 or 2 sciences at A-level for their Pharmacology courses, however I am sure there are others as well!
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