For any engineering, A levels in physics and maths. If they can do further maths too, that well help greatly. (A Level Chemistry is needed as well for chemcial engineering.)
Thanks Tinkers, does it matter how well you do in GCSEs that determines your choices of subjects at 'a' levels. Say you get a C in chemistry, would you then be able to take that in 'a' levels.
Sorry i am asking so many questions......
My son is in Y10. All 3 sciences are compulsory anyway as is one foreign language, RE ( I think)and two Englishes. And two Maths ( or even 3 if they are in top set)
Doesn't leave that much choice after that- so I would go with what he likes and you should have a good spread.
You will have some useful pre reading and an open night before then anyway.
How have you been.
So if i i complie the list of complusory subjects
So there is 8 complusory subjects already......how many subjects can they do at GCSEs or should they do at GCSE. What is other English, and the other Maths. DS would really like design and tech subject....would that possible in ABGS. kindly advise.