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Has anyone taken this at uni and got in with only a biology as a science...and do you enjoy it?
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I’m assuming you mean radiology?

Depends what you mean by ‘science’ - I.e. does that include social sciences?
My friend got into radiology with biology, psychology and RS.
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Has anyone taken this at uni and got in with only a biology as a science...and do you enjoy it?
Hey! I went through the process of applying to BSc Diagnostic Radiography this year (however deferring a year for more education) and I stood really only with Biology as an A-Level relevant. When speaking to universities they all had different views but biology was definitely useful and all my choices accepted me with just Biology as a relevant subject. Get in touch with admissions teams at different universities and they can give you advice or alternatively viewing the entry requirements on universities websites will give you a detailed understanding of what they are looking for.

Attend some virtual open days universities are holding over the next few months. You'll be able to speak to staff, admissions staff for applications and current students! That's how I narrowed down my choices and managed to get all my decisions made.

In terms of enjoyment, I haven't started the course yet however I did get a small opportunity to visit a Radiology department at my local hospital which gave me an amazing insight into working as a Radiography / Sonographer / etc. But I can imagine (like most healthcare courses) the course itself is really good fun and very stimulating if it is something you are very interested in
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Hey! I went through the process of applying to BSc Diagnostic Radiography this year (however deferring a year for more education) and I stood really only with Biology as an A-Level relevant. When speaking to universities they all had different views but biology was definitely useful and all my choices accepted me with just Biology as a relevant subject. Get in touch with admissions teams at different universities and they can give you advice or alternatively viewing the entry requirements on universities websites will give you a detailed understanding of what they are looking for.

Attend some virtual open days universities are holding over the next few months. You'll be able to speak to staff, admissions staff for applications and current students! That's how I narrowed down my choices and managed to get all my decisions made.

In terms of enjoyment, I haven't started the course yet however I did get a small opportunity to visit a Radiology department at my local hospital which gave me an amazing insight into working as a Radiography / Sonographer / etc. But I can imagine (like most healthcare courses) the course itself is really good fun and very stimulating if it is something you are very interested in
Omg thank you so much🥺this really helped!!!
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I’m assuming you mean radiology?

Depends what you mean by ‘science’ - I.e. does that include social sciences?
My friend got into radiology with biology, psychology and RS.
Ahhh okay thank you, I’m literally taking the same subjects as your friend😭 so thank you for letting me know!!!
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Ahhh okay thank you, I’m literally taking the same subjects as your friend😭 so thank you for letting me know!!!
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