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    (Original post by Helloitsmei)
    I'm a first year genetics student at Qmul and since I've begun my studies I've developed a great interest in chemistry throughout some of my modules. I know that it might be very superficial chemistry but I've also had a look at some online lectures for year 1 chemistry and I'm really interested in it.
    Now I feel like changing my degree course but since I don't meet the a level requirements (didn't do a level chemistry)for a direct entry to Chemistry I was thinking of transferring to a foundation year (which my uni offers ) for Chemistry. I do meet the a level requirements for that course.
    I guess the question that I have is, how hard will it be ? and should I even consider transferring or will not having a level chemistry be too much of a drawback for me ? (Btw, I did AS chemistry and got an A in it)
    In terms of getting on to the course with the foundation year you should be fine if it doesn't require chem. My bigger question is about how you know you will enjoy it without having studied it before. Maybe spend some time looking through the whole course to work out whether it interests you enough to change?
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