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    Maths is by far my best subject and i dont mind the subject either, im looking to go into the engineering feild as some sort of a career

    The thing is i dont know if i should keep doing what i like best and i do well in, and try and choose modules that would be closely linked to engineering or if i should just take a course in mech engineering with alot of modules that im not particularly keen in.

    Is it still possible to go into engineering with qualifications in Maths and/or Physics?
    Doing Maths FMaths Phy and Tech+Des for A-levels, Expecting AAAB or so
    a little advice and clarification would be a big help, thanks
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    your A levels are perfect for a mechanical or electrical engineering course. engineering ftw

    im going for medicine or chemical engineering with my A levels as bio, chemistry and maths

    compared to medicine, its piss easy to get onto the course. you'll be fine getting in. theres loads of maths in engineering, im sure it will feed your fascination
 
 
 
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