Signup date: 06 Sep 2009 at 7:33pm
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I'm starting the last year of my Psychology Degree in a couple of days. I recently discovered that I am much more drawn to Genetics than to Psychology. I was wondering if any of you would know whether I have any chances of getting a PhD in Genetics. As a Psychology student, i've done a bit of neurobiology and I have the basics in Genetics. I'll also take a module from the School of Biology this year. Should I apply for Masters in Genetics instead? Would that increase my chances of getting a PhD in Genetics afterwards? Has anybody of you done this transition - from Psychology to Genetics?
Thank you. I look forward to you sharing your thoughts/opinions/experience.
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