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I was considering biomedical sciences, but I think that involves alot of chemistry. However, strangly I quiet likes the biological molecules section of A-level biology. I think it was because there there wasn't anything too mathsy or abstract (like titration/moles / quantitative chemistry). Chemistry just seems a lil pointless to me
Biological sciences involves alot of ecosystems, which I really don't like.
Which subject do you think suits me my favorite bio topics are: Biological molecules, digestion, homeostasis, the heart, the nervous system
I'm a current Biology student at the University of Sheffield. From your interests it seems like you are on the right lines by applying for courses with anatomy and physiology in the course titles. Biomedical science courses tend to be focused on the medical field with specific applications to topics such as drug discovery which would link to your interests in systems within humans.
One of the key points I would advise you to consider is that biology-based courses tend to have significant lab-work components, though your perceptions on lab work may change during the course of your studies.
Have you got any further questions?
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