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    Im keen to study product design in Uni. I have physics A2, Product design A2 and maths as my choices. Is it necessary to study maths A2 taking up my fourth option with it to study product design in uni or should i have an alternative a level in which i drop ?

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    Hi,

    I would advise you to check out the requirements universities have to allow you to apply for their product design courses. You may find that some universities may want different requirements, and you may find that it is not essential for you to have a Maths A level to get onto the course. However that being said, I do think Maths A level would be useful once you begin to study product design in general (even if it may not be necessary for when applying).

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    I appreciate your advice and will try to look into the entry requirements. However, i feel like its abit of a stretch looking for potential unis. But having a glance at some unis wont hurt. If i were to do A2 Physics, A2 product design and AS M1 (maths) what would you offer as a choice for a course that ill take for two years?


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    Maybe something more broad and can apply to most jobs; something not limiting but any a levels as suggestions may be helpful

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