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    I'm about to start an aerospace engineering degree at university, and despite meeting the entry requirements I'm worried that I'm not intelligent enough to succeed. I got the grades I needed through hard work rather than natural ability and talent. I had a B in maths at A level. Also, will I have much time to socialise while doing such a challenging course? Thanks in advance for the replies
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    (Original post by Richyrich1886)
    I'm about to start an aerospace engineering degree at university, and despite meeting the entry requirements I'm worried that I'm not intelligent enough to succeed. I got the grades I needed through hard work rather than natural ability and talent. I had a B in maths at A level. Also, will I have much time to socialise while doing such a challenging course? Thanks in advance for the replies
    Hey there's no such thing as being 'intelligent enough'! If you have a passion for the subject and you are willing to work hard just like you did at Alevel then I think you will do well. I am starting an aerospace degree this year too. & in terms of socialising I don't think thats gonna happen very much, well atleast for me because I have 9-7 days... But I think being pressured makes it exciting because you will always have something to do and the 9k we're paying will feel worth it. Just believe in yourself man, you can do it!
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    (Original post by bigboateng_)
    Hey there's no such thing as being 'intelligent enough'! If you have a passion for the subject and you are willing to work hard just like you did at Alevel then I think you will do well. I am starting an aerospace degree this year too. & in terms of socialising I don't think thats gonna happen very much, well atleast for me because I have 9-7 days... But I think being pressured makes it exciting because you will always have something to do and the 9k we're paying will feel worth it. Just believe in yourself man, you can do it!
    Great advice, what he said !!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
 
 
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