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kbr1907
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any tips on how to prove myself and grades when getting super behind with work, to hopefully to getting the best grades. I take maths, further maths, sociology

Thanks I attend to take computer science or some sort of engineering I still don't really know
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i feel you, ive had the hardest time ever with finding the motivation to continue studying. what I suggest is maybe get on a call w your friends, stay muted and study together in silence. that way you all are getting work done. you can also write out your notes, verbalize the text, etc. i usually study for periods of 30mins-1 hour and then decide to go for a walk or maybe play some wii, it helps relax the mind
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(Original post by ali.yeah)
i feel you, ive had the hardest time ever with finding the motivation to continue studying. what I suggest is maybe get on a call w your friends, stay muted and study together in silence. that way you all are getting work done. you can also write out your notes, verbalize the text, etc. i usually study for periods of 30mins-1 hour and then decide to go for a walk or maybe play some wii, it helps relax the mind
It is isn't it, its the worst when everything is so unclear, i'm confident i'm a a student on average but i dont think that my teachers would give me if i don't have exams
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As an FYI, you need Physics to study engineering.
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As an FYI, you need Physics to study engineering.
oh really, ive seen all the courses say its fine with just maths and further maths
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oh really, ive seen all the courses say its fine with just maths and further maths
I mean you've posted this in the Cambridge forum and Cambridge definitely require physics see: https://www.undergraduate.study.cam....es/engineering

It's quite common to require physics at a lot of unis particularly the top ones for engineering, or occasionally you need maths plus either of physics or chemistry, but I've not personally come across having double maths as fine (though, I've not exactly done tons of research, I've done my degree).

You also need to think what's the minimum requirements and what combinations also make you more competitive for a place; even if physics isn't required I wouldn't be surprised if most ppl have it anyway.
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