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I'm currently studying Biology, Chemistry and Computer Science, as well as Welsh Baccalaureate (Its compulsory). BUT, I want to do a degree in chemistry at Uni and it seems that some universities require maths and some do not. So should I take maths as a 4th A-Level and possibly drop biology or Comp Science after AS level? Also does the 4th A-level replace welsh bacc?
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A fair few top unis will require Maths for a Chemistry degree.

Some don't, but there's a fairly mathematical component in the degree anyway which makes Maths useful to do.
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(Original post by chelseafan)
A fair few top unis will require Maths for a Chemistry degree.

Some don't, but there's a fairly mathematical component in the degree anyway which makes Maths useful to do.
Ok thanks I'll take Maths then so that I'm not limited to my options 👍
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