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    Im going to be starting studying of Chemical Engineering at Edinburgh in september 2016.

    Ive been on a gap year so I haven't studied in a year, I still remember a lot of the basics of a levels I did but not much beyond that.

    I don't want to be spending my time catching up on knowledge that I have forgotten due to gap year. For this reason, do you think revising maths and chemistry a level a bit before starting during the summer would be wise or used or is there no need?


    Not sure how it works over there but when I started my mecheng course, we went over all the "basics" again before diving into it, so I'm not sure how necessary it would be, but I guess it definitely couldn't hurt
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