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    Help ME - I really would like to study engineering at Uni, preferably aeronautical engineering. So far for sixth form I am going to do Physics and Maths - I just don't know what to pick as my third choice. HELP! I know I could do Further Maths, but are there any other options.
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    My boyfriend is aiming to do that, 2018 entry, and is taking Maths Physics and Chemistry. You could choose any other science or maths related subject, or have an unrelated a level such as English. A language could give you a good diversity too.

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    Further Maths is very helpful for engineering since engineering is heavily maths involved. Chemistry is a popular combination to take from what I've seen although I don't do Chemistry myself. Maybe Economics I guess.
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    Why not take another science which could diversify from Maths and Physics (e.g. Biology). I take Maths, Physics and Biology and frankly, doing Biology is a good way to calm myself from the hectic equations and rigor of Maths and Physics (both subjects which I find harder than Biology).
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    (Original post by Mr Dee Mented)
    Help ME - I really would like to study engineering at Uni, preferably aeronautical engineering. So far for sixth form I am going to do Physics and Maths - I just don't know what to pick as my third choice. HELP! I know I could do Further Maths, but are there any other options.
    Do phy maths further maths amd chemistry
    and if u want to drop a subject drop chemistry
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    (Original post by Mr Dee Mented)
    Help ME - I really would like to study engineering at Uni, preferably aeronautical engineering. So far for sixth form I am going to do Physics and Maths - I just don't know what to pick as my third choice. HELP! I know I could do Further Maths, but are there any other options.
    If I were you I'd do Physics, Maths and FM. If not then you can choose Chemistry which is related to maths.
 
 
 
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