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Hey everyone!

My name is Zoe and I am in my second year of Biological Sciences at the University of Reading.
I am mainly taking modules in Zoology and Ecology but will try to answer questions on any aspect of Biology!

I am happy to answer questions about any aspect of Student life and studying.
I also took a gap year and two placements, one in Malaysia working with a charity doing turtle conservation and one on the island of San Cristobal, Galapagos, working in a reforestation project and as with every gap year student ever, adore talking about it

Feel free to post any questions below! I'll check this post periodically over the next week.

Zoe
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Did you have to have chemistry for the entry requirements?
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Did you have to have chemistry for the entry requirements?
Hey mary388

At Reading you don't have to have chemistry! Just Biology and one other science.
However during first year you will have to take a chemistry module if you haven't taken it before. From course mate's experiences though this module isn't too bad.
You can find more about the course entry requirements here: http://www.reading.ac.uk/ready-to-st...-sciences.aspx

I hope this helps answer your question
Zoe
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