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    please help me im dying here
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    Dying...? A little bit overdramatic, non?
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    Dying...? A little bit overdramatic, non?
    probably
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    (Original post by Misticbanana)
    please help me im dying here
    What sort of career are you thinking of ing into?
    And what subjects are you interested in/good at?

    That might help for a start
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    What sort of career are you thinking of ing into?
    And what subjects are you interested in/good at?

    That might help for a start
    I'm interested in product design,psychology,English literature, history and possibly physics
    If possible i wanted to be a design engineer but i'm not great at maths
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    (Original post by Misticbanana)
    I'm interested in product design,psychology,English literature, history and possibly physics
    If possible i wanted to be a design engineer but i'm not great at maths
    Look on some unis websites to see if they have any particular requirements.
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    (Original post by Misticbanana)
    I'm interested in product design,psychology,English literature, history and possibly physics
    If possible i wanted to be a design engineer but i'm not great at maths
    You probably need to slightly adjust away from the "engineering" route towards the "design" route.

    So, BA Product Design rather than BEng (or BSc) Product Design. That would reduce the focus on maths.

    For example: http://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/undergr...view&code=W240
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    (Original post by Misticbanana)
    I'm interested in product design,psychology,English literature, history and possibly physics
    If possible i wanted to be a design engineer but i'm not great at maths
    You don't really need to be that great at maths to be a design engineer. Just good enough to get through an engineering degree.
 
 
 
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