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I’m doing my a levels next year and i’m thinking about doing biology and chemistry to get into vet school. If i didn’t do maths as an a level would that be a problem when it comes to uni? As i’m not very keen on it.
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I’m doing my a levels next year and i’m thinking about doing biology and chemistry to get into vet school. If i didn’t do maths as an a level would that be a problem when it comes to uni? As i’m not very keen on it.
I’m not sure. However, I would recommend getting in contact with some potential vet schools and ask them what their entry requirements are for uni. You could even look online.
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