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    Hi
    I am doing chem, maths and economics for A level and was wondering whether decent grades in these subjects would allow me to get into a good university to study chem eng. Is there many students at say Manchester without a physics A level?
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    Not sure about Manchester, but at UCL more and more people are applying without Physics, so they have started accepting applicants without Physics now but you have to do a bit of catch up in your fist year.

    I'd guess that other universities are similar and your subjects should be OK, but check with the individual universities you want to apply for.
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    I will be going to manchester if i get AAB, they dont really expect you to have done physics i think, in my offer the just said A's in Maths + one of Physics or chemistry
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    Your subjects will be absolutely fine for chem eng. As the above posters have said, you are not expected to have done physics. My offer asks for maths, chemistry plus one more A-level (my third is Bio), so you should be ok with your subject choices.
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    cheers for the replys'
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    UCL accepted me without even doing maths as/a level, I just had to make sure I would do loads of extra maths units
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    do u recks ill b ok applyin for a good uni likes the ones mentioned wen ive done stats1 for ocr maths as in yr12. im gona do mechanics1 in yr14 tho.
 
 
 
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