Would these A-levels allow me to do these degrees?

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French, physics and maths
I want to do either engineering, computer science, psychology, economics or law
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engineering definitely
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Yes they're fine for all of them generally. A couple of economics, CS, or engineering courses may prefer or require A-level Further Maths if your school offers it, but for the vast majority of courses don't.
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No specific subjects needed for Law.
Psychology usually only requires one science/maths subject.
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You could do any of those degrees with those A level subjects. Economics usually requires just maths, engineering requires maths and/or physics, computer science requires maths and potentially another science, law doesn't usually have any specific requirements as long as you do an essay subject and psychology usually requires one or two maths/science subjects, so in short you're fine!
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(Original post by Usernamesaredum)
French, physics and maths
I want to do either engineering, computer science, psychology, economics or law
https://www.theuniguide.co.uk/a-leve.../physics?o=012

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They look fine for those - if you have a specific uni in mind then it'd be worth checking their requirements.
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You could do any of those degrees with those A level subjects. Economics usually requires just maths, engineering requires maths and/or physics, computer science requires maths and potentially another science, law doesn't usually have any specific requirements as long as you do an essay subject and psychology usually requires one or two maths/science subjects, so in short you're fine!
Are there any BEng courses that accept maths, compsci and politics?
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Are there any BEng courses that accept maths, compsci and politics?
I honestly don't know but it really depends on what type of engineering you want to do, however I'd assume most of them would ask for Maths + one other science subject. It's important to do the research yourself though
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French, physics and maths
I want to do either engineering, computer science, psychology, economics or law
wow that's quite a range of diff career options 😂 in year 12 I was deciding between vet med or journalism so im in no position to talk !!! they all sound good to me !! especially taking maths as it's a very versatile subject. If there are any universities/ courses you're particularly interested in, I'd check the entry requirements on their website as some can be particular with what they want, e.g. top engineering courses may ask for Further maths.
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