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

#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

Natsci – an alum’s perspective #Naturalsciences #Natsci #Cambridgeuni

Nobody in my family had ever gone to university so when I began Sixth Form  College I assumed I’d be the same. However, after getting good marks in my mock exams, my teachers questioned whether this would be the case. Instead, they suggested that I think about studying Natural S

#NatSci #Dayinthelife #Cambridgeuni

The typical day varies according to what year and what term, so I think it’s best to focus on the first year initially, as later there will be much greater variation given that everyone will be specialising in different subjects and eventually running their own research project.

Studying #Naturalsciences #Natsci #Cambridgeuni

Why Should you study Natural Sciences? Well firstly if you want to study sciences at Cambridge then you don’t have much choice. Better head off to Oxford instead. But frankly, I felt drawn to studying this subject because I was fascinated with Science, and the NatSci degree let