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    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    Not going to lie - I kind of thought of you as well
    Good to know you remembered :hugs:
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    (Original post by Jeevy)
    So as a whole would you guys recommend i take Maths, Further maths, German, and physics. I guess i could leave chemical engineering
    If you're almost 100% sure about going into Aerospace Engineering, then yep.
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Good to know you remembered :hugs:
    Well, since I'll be studying the exact same subjects as you soon, I couldn't exactly forget :mmm:
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    Just do further maths. You can learn german as a hobby.

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    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    Well, since I'll be studying the exact same subjects as you soon, I couldn't exactly forget :mmm:
    Remember to ask if you need help!
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Remember to ask if you need help!
    Das werde ich nicht vergessen. :yep:
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    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    If you're almost 100% sure about going into Aerospace Engineering, then yep.
    Ok so now im definitely set on FM, but now its between chemistry and german
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    (Original post by Jeevy)
    So as a whole would you guys recommend i take Maths, Further maths, German, and physics. I guess i could leave chemical engineering as a nice balance between enjoyment, workload and future prospects? And thanks for all the replies guys.
    My pleasure

    I think you should be making the choice between Chemistry and German. Past that point it's really up to you
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    (Original post by Student403)
    My pleasure

    I think you should be making the choice between Chemistry and German. Past that point it's really up to you
    Yeah, now it all depends on whether or not theyll let me sit on on german lessons and how much i want to have chemical engineering as a possible option
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    (Original post by Jeevy)
    Yeah, now it all depends on whether or not theyll let me sit on on german lessons and how much i want to have chemical engineering as a possible option
    Is it in your block of subjects? Cause if it's during your free periods and you're gonna sit in, I don't see why you can't actively participate :erm:
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Is it in your block of subjects? Cause if it's during your free periods and you're gonna sit in, I don't see why you can't actively participate :erm:
    ill go and ask if it is. if not ill see if i can get it re-arranged
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    (Original post by Jeevy)
    ill go and ask if it is. if not ill see if i can get it re-arranged
    Alright cool!

    As much as I'm encouraging you to pick FM, I must say German has been a wild ride and I'd probably pick it again if I had the choice. It's extremely tough if you're mathematically minded like me, but worth the struggle. It honestly feels so good when you learn a new language and you realise you can speak to millions of new people
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Alright cool!

    As much as I'm encouraging you to pick FM, I must say German has been a wild ride and I'd probably pick it again if I had the choice. It's extremely tough if you're mathematically minded like me, but worth the struggle. It honestly feels so good when you learn a new language and you realise you can speak to millions of new people
    Yeah, its the prospect of speaking another language that really appeals to me, especially the ties it has with engineering. Thanks again for all the help
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    (Original post by Jeevy)
    Yeah, its the prospect of speaking another language that really appeals to me, especially the ties it has with engineering
    Mhm, learning German would come in handy if you ever considering working with automobiles. :yep:
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    (Original post by Jeevy)
    Yeah, its the prospect of speaking another language that really appeals to me, especially the ties it has with engineering. Thanks again for all the help
    Agreed :five: Please let me know what you end up choosing.. My pleasure!

    And let me know if you'd like any help with applying to uni for aerospace - I've done both the US and UK this year so that's always open
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    (Original post by aymanzayedmannan)
    Mhm, learning German would come in handy if you ever considering working with automobiles. :yep:
    Yeah, i was considering car design but decided against it. and the other options also work with automotive engineering (if thats what its called), right?
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Agreed :five: Please let me know what you end up choosing.. My pleasure!

    And let me know if you'd like any help with applying to uni for aerospace - I've done both the US and UK this year so that's always open
    Thanks mate, ill notify you once its final and keep you updated. Luckily my school says i can keep switching up until late september as they know a lot of people dont like subjects as much as they thought they would once they start the new course. Hopefully though you wont have to wait that long.
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    unless you want to chemical engineering:
    maths, further maths, physics and german
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    (Original post by Jeevy)
    Yeah, i was considering car design but decided against it. and the other options also work with automotive engineering (if thats what its called), right?
    Yep, you're right - although both aerospace and automotive are specialisations on mechanical. Seems like you pretty much know what you want to do!
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    (Original post by Jeevy)
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    I've also talked to a couple of friends of mine who are currently doing engineering courses, and they've pretty much said that they teach chemistry from scratch and the A-level is a excessive.
 
 
 
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