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    I definitely want to take maths, further maths and physics for my A-levels; however I am not too sure what I should take for my 4th subject. I really want to do either chemistry or economics. Chemistry because it might be useful for engineering, and economics because it would give me some nice background knowledge of how the world economy works etc. So, out of chemistry and economics, which subject do you think I should choose and why?
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      Chemistry helped me in thermodynamics tbh, but it was a hard A-level. :moon:
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      Chemistry. Unis like it BECAUSE it's hard. What type of engineering?
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      (Original post by gingerbreadman85)
      Chemistry. Unis like it BECAUSE it's hard. What type of engineering?
      Well I'm not really sure at the moment, aerospace sounds quite interesting but I heard that chemical engineers make loads of money compared to most other engineers. I'm trying my best to keep my options open so I could see which branch I like best.
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      well if you want to do Chem Eng, Chemistry might be useful!
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      (Original post by gingerbreadman85)
      well if you want to do Chem Eng, Chemistry might be useful!
      Haha, yeah thats why I was considering it well apart from chem engineering, does chemistry play a major role in more physics based engineering such as aerospace or structual? Thank you for the replies though
     
     
     
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