Foundation year in engineeringWatch
The foundation year is year 0. I imagine the content is fairly similar across the universities so it could give you a general idea of what to expect.
Which uni? They can be quite different. But in general you'll study maths and general engineering into some first year undergrad topics. If you haven't done much maths you'll get extra help to get you to the same point as those who have, however in my experience those who didn't do maths did tend to struggle a bit more.
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Each module you do will have a coursework component and an exam component. At my uni most modules were 80% exam 20% coursework, with the odd one or two modules that were 70/30 or 60/40 (exam/cwk ratio). As to exams and stuff that just depends on the university but at mine i had all my 6 exams at the end of the year.
If you have any more questions, feel free to ask
How did you find the exams? My Access course was purely coursework so I'm not sure what to expect with the exams.
The exams were hard if you didn't study much as there was quite a lot of content you had to actually understand and you couldn't pass by just memorising stuff.
If you put in the work though you'll be fine