I really want to do chemistry at uni but I don't do maths or a second science...

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JzANonM
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I know the obvious answer to this was "why didn't you choose maths to do initially". but these were the subjects that I enjoyed the most (sociology, psychology and chemistry).
Are there any uni's that accept just chemistry and will allow me to do a chemistry module alongside chemistry?
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Take a gap-year and do A level Maths.
Example : https://www.bristol.ac.uk/study/unde...bsc-chemistry/

Find a Foundation year that only wants Chemistry.
Example : https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergr...oundation.aspx
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There are many universities out there that dont require Maths. However it night be helpful to have it. Do your research into this and look into taking AS level Maths next year to help you on your course.
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As above, I'd suggest looking at courses with a foundation year, if you are struggling to find any/many that will take just chemistry. These will allow you to develop the necessary background in other areas, and progress onto the degree of choice. Southampton's science foundation year connects to their chemistry course(s) and may accept you with a background in only chemistry, for example. I believe Manchester, Durham and Loughborough also run foundation years (I do not know if they accept those with chemistry already though)>
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