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    Anyone planning on doing aeronautics?
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    Yep.. My firm is Aerospace but my insurance is Aeronautical..
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    Me, start Aeronautical engineering in september
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    (Original post by Aiden)
    Me, start Aeronautical engineering in september
    even im going to start in september r u gonna be doing it in scotland itself or abroad? if u are currently doing a'levels wht subjects have you chosen?
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    Yeah I am! Looking forward to it, to say the least haha
    I've applied to Strathclyde University as my insurance and Loughborough University as my firm.

    Where have you guys applied to do Aeronautical/Aeromechanical Engineering?
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    (Original post by SameerM)
    Yeah I am! Looking forward it to say the least haha
    I've applied to Strathclyde University as my insurance and Loughborough University as my firm.

    Where have you guys applied to do Aeronautical/Aeromechanical Engineering?
    ill be starting in september with emirates aviation college in dubai.
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    Would that course by any chance be helping you becoming a pilot?
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    (Original post by SameerM)
    Would that course by any chance be helping you becoming a pilot?
    no
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    (Original post by 99llewellyn99)
    even im going to start in september r u gonna be doing it in scotland itself or abroad? if u are currently doing a'levels wht subjects have you chosen?
    I will have the option of doing a year abroad In scotland our equivilant to A-levels are called Advanced highers. Im doing maths and Physics, with Higher Business. Do you have an unconditional? What grades did you require?
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    (Original post by Aiden)
    I will have the option of doing a year abroad In scotland our equivilant to A-levels are called Advanced highers. Im doing maths and Physics, with Higher Business. Do you have an unconditional? What grades did you require?
    im just doing maths and physics i require an A or better
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    im planning to do it aswell! may i know what did you guys take for AS levels? im a bit stuck on choosing my 4th
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    (Original post by SupremeNunchucks)
    im planning to do it aswell! may i know what did you guys take for AS levels? im a bit stuck on choosing my 4th
    our school does AS and A2 level in one year so im doing maths and physics
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    (Original post by SupremeNunchucks)
    im planning to do it aswell! may i know what did you guys take for AS levels? im a bit stuck on choosing my 4th
    Im are scottish student, how do AS levels compare to an A level? Higher or lower?

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my Nexus One
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    (Original post by Aiden)
    Im are scottish student, how do AS levels compare to an A level? Higher or lower?

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my Nexus One
    It's 50% of an A-level. It's lower, in my school we do a full year for As and the next year we have an option to do the remaining 50% to get the full A-level qualification.


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    (Original post by Aiden)
    Im are scottish student, how do AS levels compare to an A level? Higher or lower?

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my Nexus One
    yes SupremeNunchucks is correct AS is lower than A2 which is why if you only complete AS level the max grade you are eligible for is an A not an A*
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    What's up guys, providing I achieve my required grades I'll be starting in October.

    BTW, why did you guys decide to do aeronautical engineering?
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    (Original post by JohnyTheLad)
    What's up guys, providing I achieve my required grades I'll be starting in October.

    BTW, why did you guys decide to do aeronautical engineering?
    it kinda interested me
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    (Original post by JohnyTheLad)
    What's up guys, providing I achieve my required grades I'll be starting in October.

    BTW, why did you guys decide to do aeronautical engineering?
    Was always interested in aviation and flight as a kid. Origionally wanted to be a pilot, but eye sight wasn't good enough. So opted for the engineering route

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    Starting in september if i get grades... Currently studying maths physics and french at A2 (dropped economics after AS).
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    (Original post by Aiden)
    Was always interested in aviation and flight as a kid. Origionally wanted to be a pilot, but eye sight wasn't good enough. So opted for the engineering route

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my Nexus One
    Haha, thats the same as me!!

    Starting at Imperial in October if i get the grades... Haha


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