• Question: What subjects did you take throughout your education?

    Asked by bean9697 to Gioia, Iain, Jo, Leo, Mariam on 23 Jun 2010 in Categories: .
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      Joanna Watson answered on 15 Jun 2010:

      Hi bean9697.
      When I was at school I did GCSEs in – double science, history, maths, english language, english literature, french and design technology. I did Biology, Chemistry and Maths for my A-levels and then studied immunology at university (basically a whole degree about how the immune system works). I also did a masters degree in epidemiology, and a DPhil (which is just another name for a PhD) in epidemiology too.

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      Mariam Orme answered on 20 Jun 2010:

      At A level, I did Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Physics. Then at university I concentrated on Molecular Biology, but I also studied a bit of Chemistry, Geology, Maths and Pharmacology.

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      Leo Garcia answered on 20 Jun 2010:

      I did typical GCSEs, with seperate science subjects.

      A-levels: Physics, Maths, French and Geography AS.

      Then for my degree: Physics with medical physics. And my MSc. is in radiation physics with medical applications. And my PhD is in one narrow field of ultrasound elastography, for diagnosing cancer!

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      Iain Moal answered on 23 Jun 2010:

      For my A-levels I did maths, physics, chemistry and computing. At university I did chemistry with computational chemistry. I can barely remeber which GCSEs I took. We had to do a language, and I chose French, which was easy because I’m half French. We had to choose between business studies and design tech, and I chose business. I did triple science, as well as the usual ones.