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    Im about to apply to surrey, city, loughborough and leeds for engineering. I am predicted 3 A's which is fine for all of the courses but for loughborough i need to study maths and physics (the grade requirement is AAB), problem is that i study maths biology and chemistry (not physics!). is it even worth applying to this course or is there a small chance i might be accepted because i study maths and two other sciences.
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    (Original post by KarunN)
    Im about to apply to surrey, city, loughborough and leeds for engineering. I am predicted 3 A's which is fine for all of the courses but for loughborough i need to study maths and physics (the grade requirement is AAB), problem is that i study maths biology and chemistry (not physics!). is it even worth applying to this course or is there a small chance i might be accepted because i study maths and two other sciences.
    If maths and physics is required, you won't get an offer if you don't have it. They would list the alternative on the website if they accepted biology and chemistry instead.
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    (Original post by KarunN)
    Im about to apply to surrey, city, loughborough and leeds for engineering. I am predicted 3 A's which is fine for all of the courses but for loughborough i need to study maths and physics (the grade requirement is AAB), problem is that i study maths biology and chemistry (not physics!). is it even worth applying to this course or is there a small chance i might be accepted because i study maths and two other sciences.
    Which specialisation of "engineering". e.g. You may be ok for Chemical Engineering, but MechEng usually requires Physics.

    As Juno says, you must simply check the entry requirements. If you don't have the specified subjects for the course then you won't get an offer.

    The alternatives are to take a Foundation Year, or pick a different engineering specialisation.
 
 
 
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