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    I am doing Physics, maths with stats and Law A level. Is this fine? would this keep my engineering options open in the future when i go to University?
    If not which A levels would you consider and which one to replace. By the way i am not aiming for crazy top unis just good unis. Thanks
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    (Original post by homere)
    I am doing Physics, maths with stats and Law A level. Is this fine? would this keep my engineering options open in the future when i go to University?
    If not which A levels would you consider and which one to replace. By the way i am not aiming for crazy top unis just good unis. Thanks
    Yes, and most universities don't differentiate between the various Maths A-levels, but tbh you would be better to do mechanics modules instead of stats. Engineering is basically applied mechanics. Stats is not so relevant.

    Look at the entry requirements for some "good unis" - however you define that...
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Yes, and most universities don't differentiate between the various Maths A-levels, but tbh you would be better to do mechanics modules instead of stats. Engineering is basically applied mechanics. Stats is not so relevant.

    Look at the entry requirements for some "good unis" - however you define that...
    what i mean by ''good unis'' is anything decent. A uni in top 20 is what i aiming for any suggestions?
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    (Original post by homere)
    what i mean by ''good unis'' is anything decent. A uni in top 20 is what i aiming for any suggestions?
    You can check the rankings

    You may also find that FM is helpful, but, again, unless specified, it's not an entry requirement.
 
 
 
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