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    i've applied for Electronic Engineering and had my interview today (http://www.leeds.ac.uk/coursefinder/...c_Engineering). All went okayyyy, but i'll be told in a few weeks whether i got a place.
    However during my day today the course came across as being a very very difficult one, and in physics A-level circuits were never exactly my strong points. I took Maths (A), Music (C) and Physics (C) (all of which are my A2 Grades as I took a gap year)

    But several times today i mention my music interest and they mentioned this course to me: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/coursefinder/...nd_Electronics

    I hadn't looked into it atall, but has anyone done either of the courses have any advice? Is my fear of Electronic engineering being too difficult, just me worrying like everyone probably does.
    I ultimately and hopefully would like to end up in Music somewhere using the skills learnt but thats just an Idea and is taking the Music, Multimedia and Electronics course perhaps too easy in a way?

    Thanks for any feedback you guys could give, it would be greatly appreciated.

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