Civil Engineering foundation year with no A level maths or Physics Watch

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I studied English Lang/Lit combined, Law and Economics are A level obtaining the grades ABB and am now currently studying Economics at university but I am having second thoughts about my degree. Engineering has always interested me particularly environmental and I do regret not having taken science and maths A levels. At GCSE I obtained As in Physics and Biology and a B in Maths, would I fair well on a foundation year with these grades or is it likely that I'd fail. The university I would like to study at is Swansea University which asks for BCC-BBB for the integrated foundation year. Thanks.
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