If I do Alevels Bio, physics and maths, could I still do a mech. engineering degree? Watch

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Also, can I do every single engineering degree (apart from chemical)?. and what do you think about my subjects?
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usual choice of a level’s for someone going into engineering consider chem over bio, as it’s more desirable for engineering sector i assume.
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usual choice of a level’s for someone going into engineering consider chem over bio, as it’s more desirable for engineering sector i assume.
I know,that's why I'm scared about my options, I like biology much more than chemistry. but is it still possible?
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I know,that's why I'm scared about my options, I like biology much more than chemistry. but is it still possible?
The best way to find out if it's possible is to look up some eng courses that you like and see what they require. One of my friends is doing mechanical eng this year and he did physics, maths and economics if that helps!
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Most engineering courses only require Maths and Physics A level, and dont mind what the third subject is!
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Yes I should think so, usually maths and physics and sometimes further maths are required for engineering courses. It depends what type of engineering interests you, you might find yay enjoy biotechnology and engineering systems for lab-grown plants and that sort of thing, in which biology would be more useful.
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I know,that's why I'm scared about my options, I like biology much more than chemistry. but is it still possible?
most engineering courses require ONE science subject, so i’m guessing it’s fine to have physics and biology & ace them.
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