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I'm considering a career in civil engineering, but do not have the correct a levels so would need to do a foundation year.
I'm in year 13 studying biology, chemistry and classics and am predicted A*AA after getting AAAB in my AS's. I also got A* in physics and maths at GCSE.
How did people find the foundation year in terms of academics? was it taught at the uni itself?
Did anyone get in via clearing?
any info on people's experience of their foundation year would be helpful!
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