As I don't have a Maths A Level and I wish to do engineering, I was considering doing a Foundation Year before the course. I am determined to put all the work in etc.
However, on the NCL Uni Website for Chemical Engineering W/Foundation Year (for people without a specific A level etc.), it says the requirements are AAA-AAB, but doesn't specify subjects:
But on the Which website:
The statistics show that 100% of entries had a mathematics A Level. I am confused. Does that include people with the foundation year??
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Last edited by Steven Kennedy; 14-01-2015 at 19:42.
- 14-01-2015 17:49
- 20-03-2015 19:55
This is quite late but I applied for mechanical engineering with the foundation year and I didn't study maths at A Level, I got an offer though