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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?
    Automotive is right - yeah I'm looking to research that during my first year, actually!


    (Original post by Jeevy)
    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.
    Sounds great
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    (Original post by surina16)
    unless you want to chemical engineering:
    maths, further maths, physics and german
    Thanks
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    oh, and btw, good luck to all you guys in the future
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    (Original post by Jeevy)
    I'm wondering whether to take further maths or german as my 4th option for a-levels. My other options are chemistry, physics and maths and i am pretty confident i will be sticking with these. But i would like to go into engineering (something like aerospace) and want to know how beneficial it would be to have further maths over german. I really enjoy german and quite like maths but was wondering if this would just be too much. So which should i take?
    I tried to do 4 AS subjects including maths, physics and further maths but the key with A levels are to pick at least one thing you enjoy eve for only one year s the work is much harder you need something you like. Saying this further maths really helps in maths and you can switch up the exams if you better in one further maths exam you can swap with a maths one improving your main maths grade.
 
 
 
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