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    (Original post by MichaelMoore01)
    My courses are

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    engineering is one of them
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    engineering is one of them

    Thanks but are you sure I can do engineering with these A-Levels, I want to do engineering but the traditional a level route is Maths, Further Maths and Physics
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    (Original post by MichaelMoore01)
    Thanks but are you sure I can do engineering with these A-Levels, I want to do engineering but the traditional a level route is Maths, Further Maths and Physics
    yes as I am going to do engineering this sept 2017
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    A level Maths ,Chem and Artt&Design
    with AS Physics and French

    F.maths is just a priority/preffered nothing else
    you will still be tauight at uni with everyone else in the first year
    to the same standard
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    yes as I am going to do engineering this sept 2017
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    A level Maths ,Chem and Artt&Design
    with AS Physics and French

    F.maths is just a priority/preffered nothing else
    you will still be tauight at uni with everyone else in the first year
    to the same standard

    Thanks for the help @ShadowSeeker
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    (Original post by MichaelMoore01)
    My courses are

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    You could train to be a teacher and specialise in one of these subjects
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    (Original post by MichaelMoore01)
    Thanks for the help @ShadowSeeker
    no worries im sure you must have idea what you want to become and do as a career?
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    You could train to be a teacher and specialise in one of these subjects
    Worst advice ever.
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    Worst advice ever.

    Lol haha
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    (Original post by Chloefaye9)
    You could train to be a teacher and specialise in one of these subjects
    I'm reporting you for giving the worst advice of all time you need to get off this website
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    (Original post by MichaelMoore01)
    My courses are

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    Here you can find degrees that match your A Levels. Take these with a pinch of salt, but take them as inspiration. They are matches based solely on students with similar A Levels to you and the degrees they went onto. I've put a few of the results below, but I've removed matches that I know for sure you need Chemistry for. Chemistry would really help to open a lot of doors for you, but it might not be to your taste and that's fine :yep: I don't know the entry requirements for each of these subjects, but it could be a starting point. If there's a degree you really would like to go into, have a look at a few universities and see what they're asking for.

    Best matches: Physics, Maths (possibly would need Further Maths).
    Close matches: Mechanical Engineering, Electronic and Electrical Engineering,
    Unexpected matches: Philosophy, General Engineering, Economics, Anatomy, Computer Science, Finance, Accounting, Astronomy
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    (Original post by Amefish)
    Here you can find degrees that match your A Levels. Take these with a pinch of salt, but take them as inspiration. They are matches based solely on students with similar A Levels to you and the degrees they went onto. I've put a few of the results below, but I've removed matches that I know for sure you need Chemistry for. Chemistry would really help to open a lot of doors for you, but it might not be to your taste and that's fine :yep: I don't know the entry requirements for each of these subjects, but it could be a starting point. If there's a degree you really would like to go into, have a look at a few universities and see what they're asking for.

    Best matches: Physics, Maths (possibly would need Further Maths).
    Close matches: Mechanical Engineering, Electronic and Electrical Engineering,
    Unexpected matches: Philosophy, General Engineering, Economics, Anatomy, Computer Science, Finance, Accounting, Astronomy
    Thanks this is helpful
 
 
 
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