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monibah

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Should I drop chem?
« on: November 10, 2019, 10:15:13 pm »
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Iím doing EES, bio, chem for science. Iím particularly bad at chem (no one in my class got high marks because of our teacher who canít teach and barely knows the content) so Iíve decided to drop it. Do I need to do chem to get a bachelor of science (eventually med school if everything goes well)

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Re: Should I drop chem?
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2019, 11:02:29 am »
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Iím doing EES, bio, chem for science. Iím particularly bad at chem (no one in my class got high marks because of our teacher who canít teach and barely knows the content) so Iíve decided to drop it. Do I need to do chem to get a bachelor of science (eventually med school if everything goes well)

This can be checked on the UAC undergraduate degree finder. Here is what I found for bachelor of science:
- UNSW: Chemistry and Mathematics plus one of Biology, Earth and Environmental Science, Physics, Mathematics Extension 1 (depending on chosen area of study)
- USYD: Mathematics (Band 4).
- Macquarie uni: Mathematics, at least 2 units of science (depending on what you choose to major in eg for astronomy and astrophysics, applied mathematics, pure mathematics and physics majors: Physics. For applied mathematics and pure mathematics majors: Mathematics Extension 1 (Band E2) or Mathematics Extension 2)
- WSU: At least two of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics. Students who have not undertaken HSC-level mathematics, or have attempted Mathematics General or Mathematics but achieved no higher than Band 2 or 3, may be required to take a study pattern that includes preparatory studies in mathematics in readiness for the higher level mathematics required in this program.
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