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What are my options? I am going to ask the university directly, but since they want a prerequisite of chemisty, physics or biology to enter their bachelor of science (even if its the mathematics stream you are to enter). Will doing an intense physics course enable me to have this prerequisite? If not what are my other options.

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Mathematics works the best when coupled with another area of study. It has many applications in the fields of biology (mathematical biology deals with genes), physics, finance, economics, medicine (medical analysis), many fields of engineering, telecommucation networking, computer science and so on. As a mathematician, you will definitely benefit from having an interdisciplinary knowledge, so I personally strongly suggest that you take at least one science prerequisite asked of you. It will enable you to explore other fields of interest and will give leave you more options in the future.

My answer seems to have gone off your actual question a bit, but I hope this helps (even  if its just a little bit).

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The pre-requisites can be found here.

You need to satisfy all stated pre-requisites. Doing a Physics course as you have mentioned would satisfy the Science component of the pre-requisite, along with Methods and English.

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