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Can i still get into Cambridge with bio,maths and physics for natural scinces

I currently do maths,bio and physics for a levels and i am wondering if this a disadvantageous combination for applying for natural sciences as i think for biological routes it would be helpful to have and also for physical can i still get into Cambridge with this combination what should i do?
Original post by miya2905
I currently do maths,bio and physics for a levels and i am wondering if this a disadvantageous combination for applying for natural sciences as i think for biological routes it would be helpful to have and also for physical can i still get into Cambridge with this combination what should i do?


Hi! The typical requirements are Mathematics and two other sciences, so you meet this with Maths, Biology and Physics. There may be some restrictions on what you could take in year 1, but you can find full details here, under Course Outline: https://www.undergraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/natural-sciences
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Original post by Pembroke Rep
Hi! The typical requirements are Mathematics and two other sciences, so you meet this with Maths, Biology and Physics. There may be some restrictions on what you could take in year 1, but you can find full details here, under Course Outline: https://www.undergraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/natural-sciences

Thank you so much would be more useful or advantageous for me to apply via the biological route or the physical route
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Original post by Pembroke Rep
Hi! The typical requirements are Mathematics and two other sciences, so you meet this with Maths, Biology and Physics. There may be some restrictions on what you could take in year 1, but you can find full details here, under Course Outline: https://www.undergraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/natural-sciences


thank you so much
Original post by miya2905
Thank you so much would be more useful or advantageous for me to apply via the biological route or the physical route


You should apply for whatever you are most interested in, although there is a lot of flexibility within the course once you actually start, so don't worry too much. Your choice may impact slightly the focus from which your application is assessed, so you should choose whichever you are most interested in and passionate about.
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Original post by Pembroke Rep
You should apply for whatever you are most interested in, although there is a lot of flexibility within the course once you actually start, so don't worry too much. Your choice may impact slightly the focus from which your application is assessed, so you should choose whichever you are most interested in and passionate about.

ok thanks :smile:

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