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Regarding undergraduate programs in Biophysics.
Vasavi Srinivasa profile image Vasavi Srinivasa Member Join date: May, 2012 Posts: 1 Points: 0
Sir/Mam, I am very passionate about Physics and Biology and would like to take it as my advanced studies. I read the eligibility criteria in few top most universities which would accept students for masters only if they had done PCB in their bachelor level. My real problem is that I find chemistry very unattractive, may be because I do not have proper basic grip in that subject. I want to be into research Biophysics (neuroscience) but I know something in biochemistry learnt in my +2. What should I really take in my bachelor level now? I am from Bangalore and I am ready to go anywhere in the world to study. Please provide me all the details. It would be very helpful. Thank You.
  • May 18, 2012
  • Preferred qualification: Undergraduate

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Ajay Sathyan Sathyan profile image Ajay Sathyan Sathyan Expert Join date: Feb, 2012 Posts: 414 Points: 6045 Trusted Advisor

Hi, there are many courses available for Undergraduate Biophysics. In the USA you have Iowa University, Stanford University, Duke University, Brown University etc.  In the UK you have Canterbury Christ Church University which offers 6 courses related to biophysics. Some universities in the USA will require SAT or ACT score as an admission requirement for the undergraduate programs. SAT is known as Scholastic Aptitude test and ACT is American College Testing.

Ajay Sathyan Sathyan | Uniguru
 

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