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    Hey everyone, I have aspirations to do Aerospace Engineering in the future, and am very passionate about Engineering. I have to choose my GCSEs soon and was wondering if these are suitable, and if not, what I should change.

    Mathematics (Compulsory)
    Chemistry (Compulsory)
    Physics (Compulsory)
    Biology (Compulsory)
    English Lang. (Compulsory)
    English Lit. (Compulsory)
    R.S. (Compulsory Half-course)
    Design and Technology
    Computer Science
    History (Other option is Geography)
    French (Other option is Latin)

    And I plan to take these A-Levels:
    Mathematics
    Physics
    Design and Technology / Further Mathematics

    My main strengths are definitely maths, physics, and Design & Tech, and I enjoy all three of these subjects. I have been in love with planes and rockets ever since I was little, which is why I want to go in to Aerospace. Also if anyone works as an Aerospace Engineering (or any kind of engineering, for that matter) please tell me about how it is and what kind of stuff you do.

    Thanks in advance!
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    Those GCSEs are completely fine - your choices don't really matter, the important GCSE subjects are the compulsory ones, particularly maths, physics, and English
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    In terms of GCSE’s, subject doesn’t matter, so long you get the grades to study at A-Level. If you can, take all four A-Level’s and if it gets too much then either drop DT or Further Maths.
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    the subjects you must take in A level to increase your chance is Physics,chemistry,further maths. these three can guarantee your eligibility and also you have to get all A* if you are taking three A level subjects. if you take four then you have to make sure you get A*AAA. But the best is all A*. you can check on those top unis courses requirement
 
 
 
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