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    Hi, I'm new here, I need some advice on how to prep to be an engineer.
    What subjects I need to specialise before study engineer at college.
    eg. Calculus - L'Hôpital's rule
    Physics - SH Waves
    etc.
    Or what I need to specialise before study there.
    eg. AutoCAD, etc.
    I might major in AE.

    Thanks, love to see any comments.
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    (Original post by GoldenMoustache)
    Hi, I'm new here, I need some advice on how to prep to be an engineer.
    What subjects I need to specialise before study engineer at college.
    eg. Calculus - L'Hôpital's rule
    Physics - SH Waves
    etc.
    Or what I need to specialise before study there.
    eg. AutoCAD, etc.
    I might major in AE.

    Thanks, love to see any comments.
    I'm not sure if an engineering course at college will be that heavy that you will require somewhat advanced knowledge of maths and physics before you even enter the course like you would at degree level. Best check with the college course provider for more info on what any pre-reqs would be.
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    (Original post by Smack)
    I'm not sure if an engineering course at college will be that heavy that you will require somewhat advanced knowledge of maths and physics before you even enter the course like you would at degree level. Best check with the college course provider for more info on what any pre-reqs would be.
    I suppose it's not required, but I'd like to prepare before attend to college. From your point of view what should I know? I want to over-prep rather than under-prep. I'd be very appreciate for any advice.
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    (Original post by GoldenMoustache)
    I suppose it's not required, but I'd like to prepare before attend to college. From your point of view what should I know? I want to over-prep rather than under-prep. I'd be very appreciate for any advice.
    Trigonometry and calculus are what I would focus on, then.
 
 
 

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