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    Guys, i cant seem to find any minimum grade requirements on most universities' websites. Btw, I want to do architecture, computer engineering and science and does anybody know which are the good universities for these?
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    http://www.ucas.co.uk/ should have entry requirements, although the average grades on http://www.timesonline.co.uk are often a better guide.

    Lots of universities offer good science and engineering courses. The best places for Architecture are probably Cambridge, UCL, Nottingham, Sheffield. .
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    thanks!
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    guys, i'm thinking what else I can take when I go to university... my A lv subjects r applied maths, design tech product design, physics and chemistry... and i think ive done quite well on all of them so far...

    i feel like i'm into designing... wt other gd choices r there that can get u a gd job like being an architect?
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    wel i'm doin maths, further maths, chemistry, physics and computer studies and I want do chemistry with maths (75% chem 25% maths). I you want to do architecture you need to look at the a-levels that the good universities want, maybe cambridge. I would have thought for architecture you would need maths, physics and tech, but further maths and computer studies would be useful.
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    (Original post by r_perry)
    wel i'm doin maths, further maths, chemistry, physics and computer studies and I want do chemistry with maths (75% chem 25% maths).
    A chemistry degree is chemistry and maths.
 
 
 
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