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    Does anyone know if a C in higher physics is enough to apply. I have 2 A's 2 B's and a C (physics). B in maths. Dundee uni says typical offer is 2 As and 2 B's to include maths and physics. Do they mean physics should be an A or B?
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    (Original post by Susie07)
    Does anyone know if a C in higher physics is enough to apply. I have 2 A's 2 B's and a C (physics). B in maths. Dundee uni says typical offer is 2 As and 2 B's to include maths and physics. Do they mean physics should be an A or B?
    To answer your question about Dundee, yes that is what it means I'm afraid. I know plenty of people doing engineering at a variety of universities, and by the sounds of things, if you don't have a good grasp of mechanics/physics and maths, it can be extremely difficult, not only to get in, but to also keep up. That said however, I also know of a few universities that will give you the extra help in maths/physics if your a-levels arent strong enough or you dont have the relevant background.I definitely wouldnt give up if its 100% what you want to do good luck!
 
 
 
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