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    It's close to the UCAS deadline and I want to do an engineering course, but i'm not sure if I want to do chartered accountany and I need help on what a-levels to do. If I do F Maths, Chemistry and Physics can that help me get a course in either job? If not, can you advise me on what to do. I'm in year 11 at the moment, but I don't want to be in a position where I'm unclear on my path ahead.

    These are some of my predicted GCSE grades -
    Maths - A/A+
    Science - Physics - A
    Chemistry - A
    Biology - A
    History - A*
    English Lan - B
    English Lit - B
    Triple Science - A/A/A

    Also, does anyone have any advice on how to do well in English?
    The new GCSE's require us to know 18 poems, 3 books, know how to do transactional writing, answer comprehension exams and do some creative writing too.
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    (Original post by plzhelpmeee)
    It's close to the UCAS deadline and I want to do an engineering course, but i'm not sure if I want to do chartered accountany and I need help on what a-levels to do. If I do F Maths, Chemistry and Physics can that help me get a course in either job? If not, can you advise me on what to do. I'm in year 11 at the moment, but I don't want to be in a position where I'm unclear on my path ahead.

    These are some of my predicted GCSE grades -
    Maths - A/A+
    Science - Physics - A
    Chemistry - A
    Biology - A
    History - A*
    English Lan - B
    English Lit - B
    Triple Science - A/A/A

    Also, does anyone have any advice on how to do well in English?
    The new GCSE's require us to know 18 poems, 3 books, know how to do transactional writing, answer comprehension exams and do some creative writing too.
    http://university.which.co.uk/advice...me-an-engineer
    So Maths Physics and or Chemistry for Engineer, but depends what type of engineer. That means you will still have the maths for accountancy if you wnat a degree in that. You cna enter accountancy without an accountancy degree, but will have more exams to do, nit you cna switch to that career after you graduate if you choose to.

    https://www.whatuni.com/advice/subje...e-guide/49100/
    https://www.prospects.ac.uk/job-prof...red-accountant
    http://careers.icaew.com/en/how-to-b...red-accountant
    Maths for accountant.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    http://university.which.co.uk/advice...me-an-engineer
    So Maths Physics and or Chemistry for Engineer, but depends what type of engineer. That means you will still have the maths for accountancy if you wnat a degree in that. You cna enter accountancy without an accountancy degree, but will have more exams to do, nit you cna switch to that career after you graduate if you choose to.

    https://www.whatuni.com/advice/subje...e-guide/49100/
    https://www.prospects.ac.uk/job-prof...red-accountant
    http://careers.icaew.com/en/how-to-b...red-accountant
    Maths for accountant.
    Thanks for the reply tiger,
    I just wanna know one more thing. If I do Maths, Economics and Chemistry would that give me the option to either do CA or Chemical engineering?
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    Thanks for the reply tiger,
    I just wanna know one more thing. If I do Maths, Economics and Chemistry would that give me the option to either do CA or Chemical engineering?
    You will need to research your indiv unis fchemical engineering. They require maths and chemistry, but some of them give preference to a third science subject or maths. So yes you would still have the option, but you need to check with the unis what their position is on third A level preference if any.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    You will need to research your indiv unis fchemical engineering. They require maths and chemistry, but some of them give preference to a third science subject or maths. So yes you would still have the option, but you need to check with the unis what their position is on third A level preference if any.
    right, thanks for the help! appreciate it
 
 
 
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