I want to become an engineer after school. I recently received my O'level results and I got accepted into Form 6 at my school to study Physics, Chemistry, Pure Mathematics and Communication Studies. I love Physics so I don't see it being a problem going forward. Chemistry, I guess it's okay. I got a Grade 1(not sure how this translates to American students) in this but had troubles with molar calculations.However, I also don't see this as being a huge problem once i work at it. Add math gave me hell in Form 4/5 though so I'm not sure how I'm gonna survive the Pure Math syllabus at A-level. While I got a Grade 1 in regular math (that doesn't really count because it's easy) I only got a Grade 2 in Add Math (again, not sure how this grading translates). I was wondering if anyone was in a similar predicament or could offer any insight as to whether the work would be bearable for me in particular.
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- Thread Starter
- 25-08-2016 17:44
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- 27-08-2016 19:10
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