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I want to study mechanical engineering at university, preferably Leeds, and I am currently studying Physics, Chemisty and Mathematics. Are these subjects suitable for entry into an MEng mechanical engineering course, or should I have taken Further Mathematics/ Design Technology.
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For some reason, people with the ambition of mech engineering choose different alevel route.

my ambition is mechanical engineering or mechatronics engineering

I chose maths, physics, electronics and ICT.

I need to know what u like in specific from mechanical engineering. Like productions managing, civil, electronics or automotive etc...

I dont know why many choose chemistry either unless if someone may want to be a chemical engineer. your courses are fine enough for that uni. try to get involved in extra curricular activities though. I cant coz im doing four alevels. I go gym at times, read fiction books.
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(Original post by Nisathesharp)
For some reason, people with the ambition of mech engineering choose different alevel route.

my ambition is mechanical engineering or mechatronics engineering

I chose maths, physics, electronics and ICT.

I need to know what u like in specific from mechanical engineering. Like productions managing, civil, electronics or automotive etc...

I dont know why many choose chemistry either unless if someone may want to be a chemical engineer. your courses are fine enough for that uni. try to get involved in extra curricular activities though. I cant coz im doing four alevels. I go gym at times, read fiction books.
i am thinking of automotive engineering, btw that was really helpful, thanks a lot
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