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Hello,
For the UCL foundation program entrance exam for engineer. There are 4 subjects(biology,chemistry,mathematics,physics)
I’m going to enter computer engineer so which two subject am I going to take a test on ? And also biomedical and Aeronautical engineering .What are the two subject for the UCL foundation entrance exam ?
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HiAbrar_9aleh,

I would suggest you to look at the guide linked below.
https://www.ucl.ac.uk/languages-inte...ternational-13

There's no degree call computer engineering in UCL, but they're computer science or EEE. CS requires math plus any other module, and the EEE need math and Physics. As for Biomedical Sciences BSc, which requires biology and chemistry, is totally different from your former choice. You might want to rethink which course is ur first choice before making decision on two subjects to take.
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HiAbrar_9aleh,

I would suggest you to look at the guide linked below.
https://www.ucl.ac.uk/languages-inte...ternational-13

There's no degree call computer engineering in UCL, but they're computer science or EEE. CS requires math plus any other module, and the EEE need math and Physics. As for Biomedical Sciences BSc, which requires biology and chemistry, is totally different from your former choice. You might want to rethink which course is ur first choice before making decision on two subjects to take.
You see I just want to take foundation year in UCL , then I would like to apply for imperial collage London . In order to get to computer engineering in imperial I need to pass the math test and what other subject cause there isn’t computer engineering in the link you gave me. What EEE😬?
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I see.
EEE is Electronic and Electrical Engineering BEng.

So I checked IC website.

They said to UCL UPCSE programme the standard minimum requirement is 80% or above overall, with 80% in Maths and 80% in Biology, Chemistry or Physics.
I guess math plus any other will be fine. Depends on what subjects u can get best grade.

However, if u don't have any preference on biology, chemistry, or physics, I think it is better u take physics due to Imperial's A level selection.

Category 1:
Maths

Compulsory A-levels Category 2:
Computer Science
Further Mathematics
Physics

Highly-Recommended A-levels Category 3:
Very useful A-levels*

Ancient Language
Biology
Chemistry
Economics
Electronics
English Literature
History
Law
Modern Languages
Philosophy
Politics
Psychology

https://www.imperial.ac.uk/computing...eng-computing/
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