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    Hey,

    Just been told what the coursework for the A2 year of Product Design is, and it can be any project you like..

    What have people done in the past/doing now?

    any advice would be great !!

    thanks xox
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    (Original post by Jakewww)
    Hey,

    Just been told what the coursework for the A2 year of Product Design is, and it can be any project you like..

    What have people done in the past/doing now?

    any advice would be great !!

    thanks xox
    Make an automatic loo roll dispenser.
    HOW EXCITING
    what's product design A-level like
    Do you wanna study it in university?
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    (Original post by CorpusLuteum)
    Make an automatic loo roll dispenser.
    HOW EXCITING
    what's product design A-level like
    Do you wanna study it in university?
    I'm doing physics and maths as well so it's a really nice alternative to be a bit more creative! I'd definitely recommend it anyway. I don't want to do it at uni mainly because it lacks the science/maths so I'll probably apply for mechanical engineering or design engineering or something like that instead
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    I'm doing physics and maths as well so it's a really nice alternative to be a bit more creative! I'd definitely recommend it anyway. I don't want to do it at uni mainly because it lacks the science/maths so I'll probably apply for mechanical engineering or design engineering or something like that instead
    YESSS!
    I LOVE IT.
    I want to do design engineering in university too, I'm feelin the vibe.
    What university would be ultimate for you?
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    (Original post by CorpusLuteum)
    YESSS!
    I LOVE IT.
    I want to do design engineering in university too, I'm feelin the vibe.
    What university would be ultimate for you?
    Sheffield for mech eng,
    Bristol for design (but the entry requirements are pretty high) or Loughborough (very close to where I live though
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    (Original post by Jakewww)
    Sheffield for mech eng,
    Bristol for design (but the entry requirements are pretty high) or Loughborough (very close to where I live though
    Nothing wrong with going somewhere close.
    My friend's doing design engineering at bristol! Well next year anyway.
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    (Original post by CorpusLuteum)
    Nothing wrong with going somewhere close.
    My friend's doing design engineering at bristol! Well next year anyway.
    what's their offer?
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    (Original post by Jakewww)
    what's their offer?
    I think it's conditional.
 
 
 
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