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about biomedical science

I want to ask if the biomedical science composes of a lot of mathematics?
and why does it require an chemistry A level degree?
It will depend on your uni and which modules you choose, but, no, it doesn't contain a huge amount of maths (or at least didn't for me). It will mostly be statistics and some concentration/dilution calculations, which will be part of the reason A-level chemistry may be required by some unis.
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Obv I can only speak for my experience but I agree with the person above -- the only maths I've encountered is statistics and concentration/dilution calculations. Chem is required because you can have chemistry/biochemistry related modules (I had both) so it's useful to know the content as a basis

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