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A levels and then US for undergraduate? - August 14th 2010, 05:33 PM

I just finishd my 10th GCSE in october 2009 and now Im doing my A levels for the next 2 years and then I plan to go stateside for my undergraduate and get my blachelor's degree there. is that a good idea?

my results were for GCSE
Maths A
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Chem A
Phy A
Economics A*
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English B

For my A levels i choose the following subjects


I Basically want to do Engineering, but which 1 havent decided it...keep switching from a this to this type of engineering..,.hope i decide fast thought.

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Re: A levels and then US for undergraduate? - August 14th 2010, 05:38 PM

From what I've heard you have to be more self-sufficient in the US when it comes to finance so you may want to earn money now.

As for an engineering degree do at least maths and one science. Two sciences would be better though. Which subject depends on which branch of engineering you want to do
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Re: A levels and then US for undergraduate? - August 14th 2010, 05:53 PM

Nice GCSE results. I can't advise you on A level subjects, but good luck with the horrendous fees in America.
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Re: A levels and then US for undergraduate? - August 14th 2010, 11:13 PM

If you are wanting to engineering you might want to think about putting further maths in your A Levels?

Do you have dual citizenship by any chance? Obviously there are benefits of going to America to study but there are negatives as well - the fees are very very high, and an undergraduate degree from the US is not worth as much as an undergraduate degree from the UK.

I don't know that much really as all my research was somewhat superficial, but definitely things to consider.

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