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I am a yr 13 student who applied for biomedical sciences. I know that biomed has alot of labwork which is an issue because I've always hated the practicals we did at school. It's probably becuase the result would be obvious so I found it boring. I always messed around.

how is the labwork at biomedical sciences different from the practicals at A level. Obviously I understand that you would be using more dangerous chemicals but is that it?

In the labs, exactly what kinds of things would you be testing for and how would you do it?
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Which uni did u apply to ?
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(Original post by MJubb22)
Which uni did u apply to?
I would like to go to queen mary, it's just the labwork i'm afraid of.
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Lab work is different at University. For one, the concepts will be more advanced than you're used to. You'll also have to write lab reports which will be assessed, rather than a practical for the sake of just showing you something, such as in school. It's a lot more independent.
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