I have to pick my GCSE options in roughly two months, and I've got no idea what to take. I'd like to go into civil or aerospace engineering, but my teachers haven't given me much guidance on how to get there. My choices, aside from the core English (lit & lang), Maths, Double Science (the only course available), R.E., and Core P.E., and are as follows:
Please, any help would be amazing. I will hopefully go on to study A-level maths and further, along with physics, and any other recommendations would be helpful. I aspire to get into a Russell Group university, so any advice would be much appreciated.
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- Thread Starter
- 24-02-2016 20:42
- 24-02-2016 21:14
I too would like to take Aerospace engineering and my advice to you would be to take:
-Resistant Materials or Graphics (preferably R.M.)
-Business or Sociology (Preferably Business)
- 24-02-2016 21:28
not that any matter really. take some science, physics and maths.
- 24-02-2016 21:31
It really doesn't matter at all. I mean you should be taking maths and science either way, so yeah it doesn't matter.