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    i wanna do chem eng but i don't do physics :/
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    (Original post by bubblegumcat)
    i wanna do chem eng but i don't do physics :/
    Foundation Year? That's what I'm doing, didn't do maths :P


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    (Original post by charlotte5324)
    Congratulations
    Thank you!


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    (Original post by beccatheaviatrix)
    Foundation Year? That's what I'm doing, didn't do maths :P


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    I don't think I can do that either I do chemistry and maths :/
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    (Original post by beccatheaviatrix)
    I've got an offer for September to do Aeronautical Engineering! So excited!!!
    I'd like to do that too!!
    You've got an offer???
    What did you get for GCSE and a level?
    Which grades do you need? :yep::yep::yep::yes:

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    I'd like to do that too!!
    You've got an offer???
    What did you get for GCSE and a level?
    Which grades do you need? :yep::yep::yep::yes:

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    GCSE I got 2 A's, 5 B's and 3 C's, at AS I got BCCE
    It's supposed to be a really good course, hard but worth it! Yep USW gave me a conditional offer, I need DDD so shouldn't be a problem.


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    (Original post by bubblegumcat)
    I don't think I can do that either I do chemistry and maths :/
    I think you can, especially if you already have one of the core two (maths or physics). Don't rule anything out, uni's can be really flexible with their offers if they like you based on your statement. Don't give up


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    (Original post by bubblegumcat)
    I don't think I can do that either I do chemistry and maths :/
    You know the only uni's which require physics as part of the chemical engineering course are UCL and ICL right?

    Look at manchester for example, just requires a science subject and maths and is one of the top chemical engineering uni's in the country.

    Have you done any research?
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    (Original post by beccatheaviatrix)
    I think you can, especially if you already have one of the core two (maths or physics). Don't rule anything out, uni's can be really flexible with their offers if they like you based on your statement. Don't give up


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    thanks next year i want to try and find some work experience, maybe something chem eng related or chemistry related, to see if chem eng is really for me another set-back though is that i take statistic modules with maths when engineering degrees prefer mechanics, however i've only become interested in chem eng recently, argh oh well
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    (Original post by Tom102)
    You know the only uni's which require physics as part of the chemical engineering course are UCL and ICL right?

    Look at manchester for example, just requires a science subject and maths and is one of the top chemical engineering uni's in the country.

    Have you done any research?
    I have, but I can't come to a conclusion on whether uni's want physics or not:confused:
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    (Original post by bubblegumcat)
    I have, but I can't come to a conclusion on whether uni's want physics or not:confused:
    A mate in my year has got offers from edin manchetser birmingham and others just doing maths chem and econ at A2.
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    (Original post by Tom102)
    A mate in my year has got offers from edin manchetser birmingham and others just doing maths chem and econ at A2.
    wow:eek:...that's give me hope haha
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    (Original post by bubblegumcat)
    wow:eek:...that's give me hope haha
    Physics really isn't the be all end all people think it is in regards to ChemEng.
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    (Original post by beccatheaviatrix)
    I've got an offer for September to do Aeronautical Engineering! So excited!!!
    Someone has sense on this thread!

    Aerospace ftw, I'm not a female, but I can't wait to do it
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    (Original post by bubblegumcat)
    i wanna do chem eng but i don't do physics :/
    You don't actually need physics to study chem eng, I study Maths (I don't do mechanics either, I do stats), Chemistry and Biology at A2 I didn't take physics at AS and I've got offers from Manchester, Newcastle and Nottingham so far

    If you really want to do it go for it, just check the university's website
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    (Original post by Shantellea)
    You don't actually need physics to study chem eng, I study Maths (I don't do mechanics either, I do stats), Chemistry and Biology at A2 I didn't take physics at AS and I've got offers from Manchester, Newcastle and Nottingham so far

    If you really want to do it go for it, just check the university's website
    wow congrats on your offers!! ahhh I think maybe I will apply for chem eng next year....I also do biology but I'm not enjoying it atm so I'll probably drop it at the end of the year and carry on with chem, maths and psychology, will having psychology as my 3rd subject hold me back? some of the unis I was looking at said they prefer the 3rd subject to be something like biology, physics, further maths...but I really don't want to take biology to A2 :/
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    (Original post by beccatheaviatrix)
    GCSE I got 2 A's, 5 B's and 3 C's, at AS I got BCCE
    It's supposed to be a really good course, hard but worth it! Yep USW gave me a conditional offer, I need DDD so shouldn't be a problem.


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    Ohhh well done! !
    Which uni?
    I just thought that the offer would be slightly higher?

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    (Original post by bubblegumcat)
    wow congrats on your offers!! ahhh I think maybe I will apply for chem eng next year....I also do biology but I'm not enjoying it atm so I'll probably drop it at the end of the year and carry on with chem, maths and psychology, will having psychology as my 3rd subject hold me back? some of the unis I was looking at said they prefer the 3rd subject to be something like biology, physics, further maths...but I really don't want to take biology to A2 :/
    You don't have to when I had my Manchester interview someone's third subject was geography and anothers was RS
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    (Original post by diana99)
    Ohhh well done! !
    Which uni?
    I just thought that the offer would be slightly higher?

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    It is a foundation year. Usual offer is BBB-AAB.


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    (Original post by beccatheaviatrix)
    It is a foundation year. Usual offer is BBB-AAB.


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    Oh okay thanks :yep:

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