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    Hello,

    I am currently thinking about taking GCSE's and would like to study Civil & Structural Engineering at University.

    What GCSE's would I need and or that would be very useful for A-levels and then eventually onto University.

    Many thanks,

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    You can really choose any because GCSE's don't matter as much. I would still suggest you take a humanity, language and triple science because they are highly respected and would be useful
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    (Original post by Tinka99)
    You can really choose any because GCSE's don't matter as much. I would still suggest you take a humanity, language and triple science because they are highly respected and would be useful
    Ok brilliant, thank you for replying. I'll look into the languages and sciences further.
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    GCSEs don't really matter. you need maths and physics A-Levels for engineering
 
 
 
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