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I'm currently in year 12, studying 3 A levels which are Geography, Psychology and IT. I really want to go into an Environmental Science or A Biological Sciences Course... But in terms of the Environmental Science/ Plant science course would i need to take Biology? I'm taking Geography and Psychology is a type of science. So would that be good enough?
It is great that you are considering Environmental Science. We offer BSc (Hons) Environmental Science here at Hull. Ou entry requirements for this course are BBB (A-level) / DDM (Btec) which is equivalent to 120 UCAS points.
Applicants should have A level Biology/Applied Science/Environmental Science/Geology/Geography/Chemistry/Maths or Physics at Grade C or above (or merit from relevant BTEC). Applicants taking the reformed A-level must also Pass the practical element.
But it’s not just about the grades – we’ll look at your whole application. We want to know what makes you tick, and about your previous experience, so make sure that you complete your personal statement.
But if you are worried that you still won't meet the entry requirements or that you don't have the correct subjects, I would advise contacting the admissions team of the university - [email protected] as they are in the best position to advise you
further information about the environmental science course is available on our website - https://www.hull.ac.uk/study/undergr...ience-bsc-hons
As for biological sciences:
Bsc Biology, BSc Marine Biology & BSc Zoology - Applicants should have A level Biology/Applied Science at Grade C or above
Further details about these courses can be found on our website - https://www.hull.ac.uk/faculties/sub...ogical-science
I hope this is helpful
All the best with whichever degree you decide to pursue
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask
University of Hull Student Representative