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    Hey everyone

    I need a bit of help, basically I love design and I love maths and physics but I want to go into a degree that could sort of engage all three.. Would you say Mechanical Engineering is my best bet as I am interested in how things work. I have been very confused to which course I want to go into, any help would really be appreciated, thanks a lot... A$AP
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    Are you doing A-levels? What grades are you expecting?
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    Yeah I am and looking at top unis so As are required are you on an engineering degree?
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    (Original post by VSVP)
    Hey everyone

    I need a bit of help, basically I love design and I love maths and physics but I want to go into a degree that could sort of engage all three.. Would you say Mechanical Engineering is my best bet as I am interested in how things work. I have been very confused to which course I want to go into, any help would really be appreciated, thanks a lot... A$AP
    Architecture or any type of engineering seems right for you
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    (Original post by VSVP)
    Yeah I am and looking at top unis so As are required are you on an engineering degree?
    no just starting AS have you any GCSE or AS results?
 
 
 
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