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    Hey guys.

    I'm a bit worried and in search for some support/advice.

    I've been accepted for Mechanical Engineering at university. I've got A-level Maths, Chemistry and Economics.

    I don't have physics evidently, will that be an issue for me to do mechanical engineering? Will I be behind everyone else in class? Will I struggle if I don't have physics?

    I'm worried, and wanna hear your opinions.

    Cheers!
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    Sort of. The mechanics in physics will help a lot with mech eng , so that could bring you behind slightly, unless you did mechanics modules in maths? Did you do m1-3?
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    (Original post by DiabloDesmond)
    Hey guys.

    I'm a bit worried and in search for some support/advice.

    I've been accepted for Mechanical Engineering at university. I've got A-level Maths, Chemistry and Economics.

    I don't have physics evidently, will that be an issue for me to do mechanical engineering? Will I be behind everyone else in class? Will I struggle if I don't have physics?

    I'm worried, and wanna hear your opinions.

    Cheers!
    Which uni ?
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    (Original post by MathsAstronomy12)
    Sort of. The mechanics in physics will help a lot with mech eng , so that could bring you behind slightly, unless you did mechanics modules in maths? Did you do m1-3?
    During the maths A-level, we only did M1.They don't have Physics as their requirements. Their requirements are Maths + Chemistry/Physics. I obviously met the requirements.

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    Which uni ?
    Queen Mary
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    [QUOTE=DiabloDesmond;59235921]During the maths A-level, we only did M1.They don't have Physics as their requirements. Their requirements are Maths + Chemistry/Physics. I obviously met the requirements.

    Yeh but mech eng requires a fair bit of mechanics, hence the title. If I were you, while you do meet the requirements and have an offer (congrats) I'd still have a look into m2 and m3 because they'll be extremely useful
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    (Original post by DiabloDesmond)
    During the maths A-level, we only did M1.They don't have Physics as their requirements. Their requirements are Maths + Chemistry/Physics. I obviously met the requirements.

    Queen Mary
    London?
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    (Original post by dahl786)
    London?
    Yes, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)
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    Yes, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)
    its a rg uni, so cant be that bad...you should be fine, Without a doubt you will get support if you are struggling with anything Hope this helps
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    (Original post by dahl786)
    its a rg uni, so cant be that bad...you should be fine, Without a doubt you will get support if you are struggling with anything Hope this helps
    Yeah man, deinfately helped. Cheers for the uplifting advice.
 
 
 
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