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Is it better to do a Biological sciences degree or something more specific? I heard it can be harder to get a job with a more general degree. (I also see myself potentially going into neuroscience, would this still be possible having done a biological sciences degree?)
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if you're not sure what you want to do ultimately it may be worth doing the biological sciences degree and then doing a masters that's more specialised e.g. neuroscience? (which I'm pretty sure you can do from a biosciences degree). but equally it might be good to consider what career you ultimately want to go into and whether you would need a more specific degree? don't know if that helps haha I had the same debate with myself and now here I am applying for neuroscience degrees
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