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#OxbridgeApplications – Why Biology at Oxford

We discuss with one our current tutors, a masters student at Oxford, why they chose to study Biology: I chose to study biology because I am someone who craves change. As a society, we tend to resist it, but progress is what propels us forward: socially, technologically, and intellectu
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#OxfordApplications – Biomedical Sciences – Experiences

One of our Biomedical Sciences Tutors describes what areas they enjoy most in their degree subject: My special areas on interest within my degree are Immunology and Microbiology, Pharmacology and Cardiovascular Physiology but I have a good general all round knowledge of most areas of
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#OxfordUni #BiologicalSciences – a typical week

We discuss with one of our Biological Sciences students what they are currently working on in their own studies, and how their typical daily routine looks: What are some of your current key interest areas? I am extremely interested in molecular cell processes with a focus on genetics
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Why I chose Biology at oxford #OxbridgeEntries #OxbridgeApplications

We speak to one of our tutors on why they chose to study Biology at Oxford… Why did you choose to study Biology? Biology has not always been a ‘passion’, I started really enjoying it in year 11, and realised it was my ‘thing’ in sixth form. I had fantasti
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Biomedical Sciences – A Student’s tale #Oxford #BiomedicalSciences #Oxbridgeinterview

What did you study and tell us about your experience? During my time at Oxford as a Biomedical Sciences undergraduate, I was able to learn a wide breadth of scientific knowledge and skills, from cell biology to neuroscience, and from immunology to psychology. The environment fostered
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#Oxbridge #Biology #NatSci – Recommended Reading

It’s not too late! Here are some top recommendations for fun and study: B. Alberts et al (2008) 5th Edition, Molecular Biology of the Cell, Garland J.M. Berg (2006) 6th Edition, Biochemistry, Freeman A.J.F. Griffith et al (2004) 8th Edition An introduction to Genetic Analysis, F
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