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    subjects needed for chemical engineering
    so far i have picked chemistry, maths, economics and computer science,
    but some uni wants different subjects at a level, what should i pick?
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    if you want to, you could swap economics for physics, which would widen your course choices in engineering
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    (Original post by Mayhem™)
    if you want to, you could swap economics for physics, which would widen your course choices in engineering
    imperial is where i want to go they are saying, chemistry and maths is compulsory but they want the other two a levels to be in Physics, Biology, Further Maths and Economics, do i have to pick out of these subjects
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    (Original post by suirsugar)
    imperial is where i want to go they are saying, chemistry and maths is compulsory but they want the other two a levels to be in Physics, Biology, Further Maths and Economics, do i have to pick out of these subjects
    I'm looking to study chemical engineering to(and preferably at a high-end university such as Cambridge,Imperial or UCL), and I've chosen Maths,Further Maths, Chemistry, and Physics.
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    (Original post by suirsugar)
    subjects needed for chemical engineering
    so far i have picked chemistry, maths, economics and computer science,
    but some uni wants different subjects at a level, what should i pick?
    The only requirements I think at most universities is chemistry and maths, so the other 2 subjects don't matter at all, so the other 2 should be something your good at and can get good grades in, so your choices are fine.
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    Maths and usually one of Chemistry, Physics, Further Maths.
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    (Original post by suirsugar)
    subjects needed for chemical engineering
    so far i have picked chemistry, maths, economics and computer science,
    but some uni wants different subjects at a level, what should i pick?
    Those subjects are certainly fine (chemistry and maths are the crucial two), but you might want to consider swapping economics or computer science for physics or further maths, especially if you are aiming for top universities (Oxbridge/Imperial).
 
 
 

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