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Hello,
I would like to ask about the entry requirements for biology-related degrees.
On their website, for instance, it is stated to include:

A in Biology
A in Chemistry, Mathematics or Physics
A in another subject
General Studies and Critical Thinking are not accepted.

Am I still eligible to apply if my second subject is Chemistry and my third and fourth subjects are Mathematics and Physics?

Thank you for your answer.
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(Original post by Claude Thant)
Hello,
I would like to ask about the entry requirements for biology-related degrees.
On their website, for instance, it is stated to include:

A in Biology
A in Chemistry, Mathematics or Physics
A in another subject
General Studies and Critical Thinking are not accepted.

Am I still eligible to apply if my second subject is Chemistry and my third and fourth subjects are Mathematics and Physics?

Thank you for your answer.
It really depends on the uni, you should email them and ask
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Yes you should be eligible to apply but to reassure yourself please get in touch via email or even phone to the admissions tutors!!!

I wonder if these are the entry requirements for Imperial College London?
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Yes - where a third subject is not specified then it doesnt matter what it is.
In this example 'another subject' means exactly that, so Chemistry is fine.
For most STEM degrees anyone with 'full science' will usually be preferred.
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Thanks everyone! I emailed them as well, and they said it's perfectly fine, thank you again.
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Yes you should be eligible to apply but to reassure yourself please get in touch via email or even phone to the admissions tutors!!!

I wonder if these are the entry requirements for Imperial College London?
Yes, it is the entry requirements for Imperial
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(Original post by McGinger)
Yes - where a third subject is not specified then it doesnt matter what it is.
In this example 'another subject' means exactly that, so Chemistry is fine.
For most STEM degrees anyone with 'full science' will usually be preferred.
I hope so, I took all 3 science subjects and maths because I didn't know better :')
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