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    Hi there. I'm doing chemistry, biology and mathematics at A level. and i wanted to know which science related (mainly chemistry and biology related, but with mathematics in those courses are fine with me because im quite okay at maths) could i apply for in university.
    A list of all the different science related fields along with their future job prospect will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance
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    (Original post by SharminSSS)
    Hi there. I'm doing chemistry, biology and mathematics at A level. and i wanted to know which science related (mainly chemistry and biology related, but with mathematics in those courses are fine with me because im quite okay at maths) could i apply for in university.
    A list of all the different science related fields along with their future job prospect will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance
    Look into natural science degrees they could fit your interests quite well.
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    (Original post by SharminSSS)
    Hi there. I'm doing chemistry, biology and mathematics at A level. and i wanted to know which science related (mainly chemistry and biology related, but with mathematics in those courses are fine with me because im quite okay at maths) could i apply for in university.
    A list of all the different science related fields along with their future job prospect will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance
    natural sciences but then you have biochemistry or medical degrees that have a mathematical component
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Look into natural science degrees they could fit your interests quite well.
    I see. Thank you . By natural science u mean chemistry, biology etc. right? Any other subject options such as biochemistry which is a 'combination' of subject matter I suppose.
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    (Original post by yusyus)
    natural sciences but then you have biochemistry or medical degrees that have a mathematical component
    Thank you so much for the reply . Is there any other subjects besides biochemistry which sounds like a combination of subject matter (and i like it ), that you can recommend?
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    (Original post by SharminSSS)
    I see. Thank you . By natural science u mean chemistry, biology etc. right? Any other subject options such as biochemistry which is a 'combination' of subject matter I suppose.
    Natural science is a degree name it lets you study multiple sciences together.
 
 
 

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