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    I was signed up to a engineering taster day by my teacher and I don't know how to relate this to computer science in order to write it into my PS.
    I know the maths and physics link but how else can you write it?
    Any help appreciated.
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    (Original post by Stark21)
    I was signed up to a engineering taster day by my teacher and I don't know how to relate this to computer science in order to write it into my PS.
    I know the maths and physics link but how else can you write it?
    Any help appreciated.
    They are both quite different fields of study, don't try to force a tenuous link. Writing about a taster day for a completely different subject may lead admissions tutors to think that you are not sure about what you want to study. Ultimately if it has little relevance to the degree you are wanting to do, leave it out.*
 
 
 
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