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    I studied maths chemistry physics and geography. In maths and Geography i averaged 91% UMS. In chemistry i averaged 85% and in physics only 78%. Planning on studying mechanical or chemical engineering, i am thinking of applying to Imperial College, Bristol, Exeter, Manchester and UCl. I am unsure if i should bother with some, i also have had a years placement at a engineering firm only ten hours a week but it all adds ups. any advice would be appriciated!
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    Definitely reasonable with Imperial being your lucky punt. Go for it

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    Percentages don't really matter anywhere except Cambridge, so really you have AAAB, which is a great set of results. All of those universities are definitely within your reach.
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    Hi,

    I want to apply to those university for aeronautical engineering,

    Imperial(A*A*A)
    Leeds(AAA)
    Bath(A*AA)
    Bristol(A*AA)
    Sheffield(AAB)

    I just got my AS result yesterday,

    Maths:A
    Physics:A
    Geography:B
    85% UMS in average

    while I will get my A2 further maths qualification next year.
    Just want to ask whether my choice are suitable and will universities highly consider my AS geography is B?


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    (Original post by chermaine123)
    Hi,

    I want to apply to those university for aeronautical engineering,

    Imperial(A*A*A)
    Leeds(AAA)
    Bath(A*AA)
    Bristol(A*AA)
    Sheffield(AAB)

    I just got my AS result yesterday,

    Maths:A
    Physics:A
    Geography:B
    85% UMS in average

    while I will get my A2 further maths qualification next year.
    Just want to ask whether my choice are suitable and will universities highly consider my AS geography is B?


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    Hi chermaine123,

    Congratulations on your results! An 85% average is great!

    As long as you're predicted A*AA I would apply for Bath. Especially if you are taking Further Maths next year.

    Good Luck!

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    Hi, my math C, physics A, computer A, computer of which uni can apply?



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    Hi, my math C, physics A, computer A, computer of which uni can apply?



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    find out what kind of uni you are after, city or campus, then where in the country takes your fancy, check out the unis there then see whats needed. alternatively just go on the ucas guide type in the subject you want to study then it gives you a list of the places find out the grades required through that.
 
 
 
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