I'm planning on taking mechanical engineering for my uni but I don't know which subjects I should take in my A levels, I'll be giving my As exams this October but I don't know if the subjects I choose were the right ones. I'm studying Maths, Chem and Physics but are these enough? I've also been told that I need to take 4 SubjectsAt-least!!!
I also want to try and get A*'s on these subjects, since my grades at O'levels weren't what I would call 'SATISFYING' (Almost all B's)
My Dad was happy but I want to make him proud. I'm taking the exams this October and really need advice here. If you guys know anything helpful please tell be. Be it any info on the subjects or just a little friendly advice,I'll take it!!!. These exams are REALLY important for me, They're kind of my last shot at getting an A*
Maths and Physics are required and further maths is recommended for some universities. The fourth A-Level is up to you.
Someone I know who is going to imperial to do mech engi takes Maths, Further maths, Chem, Physics. You could also take STEP in the second as a bonus but not necessarily required.
Maths & Physics are recommended. Chem is not required.
Maybe add a FM AS-level next year concentrating on Mechanics modules.
Chemistry is still somewhat helpful for understanding certain aspects of materials (a big part of mech eng), but Maths and Physics are the most important subjects. Any others you choose will be of less importance.