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I want to ask that.... it's okay for me to study A-Levels if I want to study architecture later? I heard my friends said we can choose foundation or diploma only if we want to study architecture later.....but I really want to study A-levels first and later architecture (degree//bachelor) too....please help me to solve my problems urgent one.
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I want to ask that.... it's okay for me to study A-Levels if I want to study architecture later? I heard my friends said we can choose foundation or diploma only if we want to study architecture later.....but I really want to study A-levels first and later architecture (degree//bachelor) too....please help me to solve my problems urgent one.
Of course you can study a levels. Normally for architecture they want you to do maths and maybe physics or art, you’ll have to look that up though. You never know you may also decide to change your mind
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Of course you can study a levels. Normally for architecture they want you to do maths and maybe physics or art, you’ll have to look that up though. You never know you may also decide to change your mind
okay! Thanks for helping me out
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okay! Thanks for helping me out
you can go on the internate but what do i know i am only 15 and in year 10 so good luck
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