I want to study Natural Sciences, but I have only selected two science A Levels. Will this be a problem?

The Natural Sciences course is very broad, particularly in the first year. Concentrating on science subjects at A Level will open up more options for you if you are admitted to the course. Admissions statistics show that less than 5% of A Level applicants to Natural Sciences present two science A Levels. Of these candidates, less than 5% are successful, suggesting that candidates with just two science A Levels are generally poorly prepared for the course. Candidates who apply to study Natural Sciences with only two science/maths subjects will be expected to achieve an A* in both subjects and encouraged to take an additional science/maths subject to AS Level.