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    i was considering taking product design English lit physics and psychology
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    Doesnt engineering require maths?
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    (Original post by Rexar)
    Doesnt engineering require maths?
    some university's do require maths some don't thanks for your help
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    Wouldnt something science based e.g chemistry help?
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    (Original post by Misticbanana)
    i was considering taking product design English lit history and psychology
    You need to check uni courses very carefully - some will want Maths and even Physics.

    Engineering is a scientific discipline.
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    I'm in year 12 now, and want to do design engineering too. I've chosen maths, further maths, physics and product design. I'm pretty sure you do need maths, especially if you want to do a BEng or MEng. Unless it's just a design course that you're after
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    (Original post by Misticbanana)
    i was considering taking product design English lit history and psychology
    Doing engineering at university without maths is like doing medicine without chemistry. Don't do engineering even if the university doesn't require maths. Trust me it's just gonna make uni difficult for you. You could do a foundation course so you get some basic maths knowledge. Just GCSE maths is not gonna help you at uni. Rest is up to you. Good luck!!!
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    (Original post by Misticbanana)
    i was considering taking product design English lit history and psychology
    Loughborough's requirements are fairly typical

    http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/undergr...ct-design-eng/

    Not having Maths (or Physics) will significantly limit your university choices.

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    (Original post by jneill)
    Loughborough's requirements are fairly typical

    http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/undergr...ct-design-eng/

    Not having Maths (or Physics) will significantly limit your university choices.

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    I'm going to change one of my a levels to Physics and thanks for the link
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    (Original post by Misticbanana)
    I'm going to change one of my a levels to Physics and thanks for the link
    Reread the link... Maths is required.

    ...and either Physics, Design and Technology or Engineering.



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