A levels to take for chemical engineering? Watch

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Hey guys! I'm a year 11 students who's just about to pick my A-levels (the deadline is kinda soon)
I want to take: Chemistry, biology, maths and economics (i'll probably drop economics at A2)
After deciding which subjects I want to take, I realised that i am really interested in chemical engineering like nothing else.
So i was wondering, are my A levels okay or good enough to get me into university studying chemical engineering specifically (at a good university) or is physics a must? (I don't want to go down another route studying something else to get into chemical engineering)
+ any other advice to do with chemical engineering like are there interviews to get into etc
Thanks
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