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    I do chemistry, biology and maths
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    According to their website you need AAA in Mathematics, one science subject and one other academic subject, so yes you can as it doesn't specifically state Physics as a requirement
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    (Original post by Curry Muncher)
    According to their website you need AAA in Mathematics, one science subject and one other academic subject, so yes you can as it doesn't specifically state Physics as a requirement
    On the UCAS search it says you need physics
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    (Original post by APersonYo)
    On the UCAS search it says you need physics
    Well it depends, I think there are 3 different undergrad chemical engineering degrees at Manchester, so the requirements for each one may be different
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    (Original post by Curry Muncher)
    Well it depends, I think there are 3 different undergrad chemical engineering degrees at Manchester, so the requirements for each one may be different
    no they all say physics
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    (Original post by APersonYo)
    no they all say physics
    Well then I guess you should follow UCAS then. If you're still unsure you could always email the admissions office at Manchester
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    (Original post by Curry Muncher)
    Well then I guess you should follow UCAS then. If you're still unsure you could always email the admissions office at Manchester
    Im worried cause this means Im going to have to do a physics A level in one year
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    (Original post by Curry Muncher)
    Well then I guess you should follow UCAS then. If you're still unsure you could always email the admissions office at Manchester
    No the OP should follow what the university website says as they are the ones that set their course requirements.
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    (Original post by APersonYo)
    Im worried cause this means Im going to have to do a physics A level in one year
    Its much more likely the ucas website is wrong, just drop the manchester chem eng admissions tutor an email to double check
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    (Original post by madmadmax321)
    No the OP should follow what the university website says as they are the ones that set their course requirements.
    That's probably a better idea
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    (Original post by Curry Muncher)
    That's probably a better idea
    Hi there, Our University website says you do not need Physics in particular. But if you're unsure, you can email the Faculty admissions team at: [email protected] or call 0161 306 5984.
    Good luck!
    Thanks, Susannah
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    (Original post by University Of Manchester)
    Hi there, Our University website says you do not need Physics in particular. But if you're unsure, you can email the Faculty admissions team at: [email protected] or call 0161 306 5984.
    Good luck!
    Thanks, Susannah
    Hey I called today and they said we don't so thats good
 
 
 
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