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Which subjects will you consider as a second science for life sciences programmes?

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Answer

All Life Sciences programmes require Biology A Level plus a second science, preferably Chemistry, at A Level. The exception to this is Pharmacology (B210) which requires Chemistry plus a second science (any of Biology, Physics, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Human Biology and Psychology).

Biochemistry (C700) and Biological and Medical Sciences (C130) both require Biology and Chemistry.

Biological Sciences (C100), Tropical Disease Biology (C111), Zoology (C300), Genetics (C400), Microbiology (C500), Biological Sciences MBiolSci (C900), Anatomy and Human Biology (B110) and Physiology (B120) - second science subjects include: Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Geography, Psychology, Geology, Applied Science and Environmental Science.

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