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    I want to study Sport Science at uni after my a-levels but dont know what to take. Im going to be distance learning from home as work commitments at the moment wont allow me to go to college.
    Anyway a majority of uni's require 1 science but with others it isn't essential. Would English Language, Psychology and Sociology be acceptable as I cant study Biology or Chemistry from home because I wouldn't be able to take the practical exams or do the coursework without going to a private exams centre. And ones which do practical experiments are like gold dust.
    Although if you do know anywhere in London/Essex that would be fine!

    All help appreciated!

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    shame you can't take biology as that is very useful to a sport science degree

    you may get away with Psychology as the 1 science, you need to email/ phone the uni's you are looking at and ask them

    can't you do night college or something like that
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    Thanks, I've looked at evening colleges but there isn't any that do A-Level Bio
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    i would of through they would have

    when i did A-level bio i didn't do a practical exams, but coursework, you may be able to just do 100% exams, i dunno what the rules are on that now

    i mean you could do a foundation year at uni, which is a extra year, and it bring you up to that level
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    Really, do you know what exam board that was with because doing one with just coursework and exams would really appeal to me. Oh and I've noticed your a Hammer..good boy
 
 
 
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