niamh2104
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Hey, I'm Niamh, I'm halfway through year 12 and studying AS biology, geography, french and A2 spanish
I'm one of those people whose mind is constantly changing in regards to what I want to study at uni, and I know my a level subjects aren't really the best for studying any sort of biology at uni
However I've looked at some unis and I could do biological or biomedical sciences in some of them provided I get the right grades, particularly in biology and geography
But, considering that I could change my mind later on and for now I'm thinking of specialising in genetics in the future, which course would be better for me?
Biological sciences or biomedical sciences?
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some universities offer sraight genetics courses, or courses much more closely linked to genetics than biomedical/logical sciences.

what do you mean when you say specialise in genetics? do you want to be a researcher, professor, lab tech etc?
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I'd be interested either in research or in some sort of screening
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