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Question: What subjects would you take for GCSE to become an engineer?
Asked by Zainab to Demi on 5 Mar 2018.
answered on 5 Mar 2018:
Statistics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Graphics, Business, Economics, English, Maths, Science are some subjects that would be useful
Vix commented on 5 Mar 2018:
I think English and Maths are the most important although I use statistics, physics, computer programming and business studies too. I always think it’s important to study the things you like too as when I enjoy something I’m better at it.
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