By Andy Gardner (Careers Adviser)|07 January 2013|1 min read
If you’re thinking of taking a chemistry degree, you're probably already aware that A-level chemistry is a must-have. But what are the best subjects to combine it with? Read on…
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In most cases, an A-level in chemistry is essential though a handful may accept you with any science subject.
Essential A-levels (or equivalent)
Most courses require chemistry and would like maths and one other science subject (e.g. physics, biology).
Useful A-levels (or equivalent)
Other typical A-levels taken by current chemistry students
Take a look at individual chemistry courses on Which? University to find out the most popular subjects students studied before attending.
Similar subject areas…
Even similar subjects may have slightly different A-level requirements to chemistry, so if you want to keep your degree options open, be sure to check the entry requirements of specific courses before you finalise your choices.
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