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I'm doing chemistry maths and physics for a level and predicted 2 A*s and one A what are my options? Can I go into engineering without computer science?
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I think so. Maybe look on career websites etc
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Yes

Physics and maths are all that is needed for any engineering course. Chemistry helps, of course; as maths is the basis of all science/engineering - physics is basically applied maths - and chemistry is applied physics (to those things in the periodic table (and a lot of hydrocarbon stuff))

“Everything else is just stamp-collecting” (attributed to Ernest Rutherford)
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A-level explorer here https://www.theuniguide.co.uk/a-level-explorer
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