I originally posted this in Durham, because that was the only university I was looking at that says they offer the subject, but doesn't actually have any information about ?!? But I thought it was be interesting to hear from other people who are looking at/currently studying it at Sussex also, as if i do decide to apply, Sussex would probably be my frist choice!
Just a couple of questions!
- what made you choose human sciences? are these reasons still valid now you have started?
- are you enjoying it/ finding it interesting?
- anything you can tell me that a course outline cannot?
- how much emphasis is put on biology? of course, I know it involves a lot, but is it majority biology with the extra social science topics shoved in, or a more balanced mix?
and also, I'm studying for the IB with biology only at a sl (w/ maths and english - higher level philosophy, psychology, german b) would this be a problem?