Poll: Which course
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Electrical Energy Systems
0 0%
Electronic and Digital Systems
2 9%
Electronic and Electrical Engineering
7 30%
Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
14 61%
Voters: 23.
#1
im getting ready to apply for uni pit
and i have a few different Engineering courses i could apply for.
bearing in mind i acheived ABBBC this year and still have my last year of school to go, what should i pick


Electrical Energy Systems
Electronic and Digital Systems
electronic and Electrical Engineering
which all require ABBB

or

Electrical and Mechanical Engineering

which requires ABBBB, so i would have to work hard this year and try and acheive an extra b
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Last edited by higgy30 at Aug 6, 2008,
#3
It doesn't matter. They'll all be the same but for a couple of modules.

Take the course you want to do.
#4
If you can't spell the name of your course, you've already failed.

Take any of them, you can get roughly the same jobs with all the qualifications.
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#6
personally i'd do mechE because it's the most 'versatile' and there's a demand for it...
but it's up to you...

don't let a forum poll decide your future...
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#7
Take some extra English courses. You need it.

Seriously though, pick what you like the most/will help you out the most in the future. I don't really think pit monkeys are the best people to make semi-major life decisions for you.
#8
Dear god...

Where are you applying that needs 4/5 subjects for A2? Even Oxford and Cambridge don't need that...

Assuming you're from the UK...
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Dear god...

Where are you applying that needs 4/5 subjects for A2? Even Oxford and Cambridge don't need that...

Assuming you're from the UK...
Yeah it's much better to drop all but your three best subjects. I regret not doing that when I was taking A-levels.
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Dear god...

Where are you applying that needs 4/5 subjects for A2? Even Oxford and Cambridge don't need that...

Assuming you're from the UK...


It depends on the course and the college. My cousin needs AAAAA at A2 for pure maths at Cambridge.
#15
im in scotland dudes....and as of my spelling, i only got a b in english at higher
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#16
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It depends on the course and the college. My cousin needs AAAAA at A2 for pure maths at Cambridge.
If he was only taking three or four subjects they would have been happy with AAA. In fact if he screws up two of the subjects (provided it's not maths) then they'll probably still take him.
#17
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If he was only taking three or four subjects they would have been happy with AAA. In fact if he screws up two of the subjects (provided it's not maths) then they'll probably still take him.


I thought that too, but my cousin was certain that the college he was applying to insisted on 5 As. I'm not sure which college it is that he's applying to, at Cambridge. I do know somebody else going on to do music at a different college in Cambridge, and he only needed AAB, so I always assumed some were more prestigious than others.
#19
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If you can't spell the name of your course, you've already failed.

Take any of them, you can get roughly the same jobs with all the qualifications.


You've obviously never met an engineer!

I took a course called "Thermomechanical Design and Analysis with Applications in Micro-Electro-Mechatronics"

How many students do you think spelled that correctly?

I just called it TDA-MEMs