What degrees can u do with alevel maths, bio, Chem that is NOT medicine? 😐

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What degrees can u do with alevel maths, bio, Chem that is NOT medicine? 😐
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You could do a degree in biology, chemistry or maths... lol
I did those exact A levels (plus further maths) and I'm studying biological natural sciences now. There are multiple science degrees you could take. Obviously not physical sciences like physics or engineering, but I know some unis let you study Earth sciences if you have maths and chemistry even if you didn't do physics. You could probably do some type of social science.

However, those A levels would actually be looked upon favourably by unis for many non-STEM subjects. When I was in year 12, 3 former students who had been accepted by oxbridge came to talk to us and one of them told us that he did bio, chem and maths and managed to get into Oxford to study law. I think pretty much any degree that doesn't require any specific A levels that you haven't taken is a possibility.
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Natural Scienes - https://www.durham.ac.uk/departments...ural-sciences/
Chemistry for Drug Development - https://www.strath.ac.uk/courses/und...drugdiscovery/
Chemistry, Biological and Medicinal Chemistry - https://www.york.ac.uk/study/undergr...cal-medicinal/
Pharmacology - https://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/u...-pharmacology/
Pharmacy - https://www.bath.ac.uk/courses/under...harm-pharmacy/
Neuroscience - https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergra...urosciencebsc/
Virology, Cancer Biology, Micobiology, Immunology etc - http://www.bristol.ac.uk/cellmolmed/...undergraduate/
Medical Innovation and Enterprise - https://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-st...nterprise-bsc/
Nutrition and Medical Science - https://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-st...-sciences-bsc/
Mathematical Biology - https://www.dundee.ac.uk/undergradua...al-biology-bsc

Etc, etc.
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You could also add Accounting & Finance, Business Management, Information Technology, Computer Science, Biotechnology, Law, Maths, Economics, Politics and Dentistry.
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In the medical-related area: dentistry, optometry, nursing, vet science, vet nursing, physiotherapy, psychology, pharmacy (and there are loads more)

In the non medical related area: any of those three subjects themselves, anything finance-related, anything environmental science related, anything computer related, anything without specific subject requirements.

It would probably be quicker to list the subjects you can't do: anything which requires a single specific subject that isn't one of those three (e.g. physics, engineering) and anything which requires an essay subject. Note "requires", not "it sounds like it's essay based to me so I'm going to guess that an essay based A level is a requirement" - like the person above said about law, this is often not the case.
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What degrees can u do with alevel maths, bio, Chem that is NOT medicine? 😐
Hey,
I am a current 3rd year Natural Sciences student at the Uni of Nottingham.
Your A levels will set you up in good stead for a lot of different degrees, science or non-science related.

Natural science is a great degree if you cant really decide what you want to do or want to keep you options open and study a few different things.
At Nottingham you study 3 subjects in first year then drop down to 2 subjects in second and third year. There is also a lot of flexability as to what modules you can take so you can tailor your degree to the bits you like most in each subject.

For some subjects you need to have the A level for but there are some you can take without having any prior experience, For example, I study psychology (taking the biological modules) but had never studied it before uni.
The subjects you could take are: Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Psychology, cancer sciences, archaeology, ecosystems and environment and also earth sciences.

I have left a link below if you want to know a bit more but if you have any questions about the degree then just let me know,
Emily

https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/naturalsciences/
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