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How far in human biology can I go without high school chemistry?

Asked by talljasperman (19233 points ) August 16th, 2014

In college and university.

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Darth_Algar's avatar

To the front door maybe, but not actually through the door.

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

you don’t really need chemistry for the material but it helps quite a bit.

anniereborn's avatar

Here in the US you can take an intro Biology class in college without having taken Chemistry in high school. That’s about it.

dxs's avatar

In many universities, there are core science components which consist of one or two chemistry semesters. So all you can get done is that core biology class (or classes) before being hindered by a pre-requisite.

Lightlyseared's avatar

Not very. There’s an awful lot of chemistry going on in the human body.

trailsillustrated's avatar

You can test into (challenge) any course. You have to be good at calculus though.

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