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    I was wondering what a levels I should pick since I want to become a Mechanical engineer. You need BBC to get in to university and I wanted to know which a levels of should chose. I can pick from maths, physics ( which I really want to do) chemistry, possibly further maths and business studies.
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    Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry
    I've heard that chemistry is really difficult ( not that the other a levels are easy) but I might consider thanks to you
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    (Original post by AQuasim)
    I've heard that chemistry is really difficult ( not that the other a levels are easy) but I might consider thanks to you
    If you do enough past papers then questions start to repeat themselves so the testing of the subject becomes easier on your part
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    It really depends what your strengths and weaknesses are and what you would like to do when you finish.
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    (Original post by razzor)
    It really depends what your strengths and weaknesses are and what you would like to do when you finish.
    I got an A in science core and resiting maths as I was 2 marks off an A. I think that if I work hard for a levels it will pay off
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    If you do enough past papers then questions start to repeat themselves so the testing of the subject becomes easier on your part
    thank you for the info
 
 
 
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