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Help! What engineering to choose?

  1. Mar 23, 2010 #1
    I'm currently stuck, don't know whether I should do mechanical, chemical, or material sci.

    I am quite interested in chemistry, thus chemical/mat sci is possible.
    However, i'm not very interested in the syllabus outline for chem engr. there are stuff like learning abt distillation, and how to operate a life-sized kind of column right?

    Mech engr appeals to me cause of the specialisation, i intend to specialise in design. However, my physics in school is not very good. I got an A in physics for A levels, but i feel that my concepts is still rather weak and i take quite long to grasp concepts in physics, especially for quantam phy. kinematics, dynamics, all these are still alright.

    Pls advise!! i'm certain about engineering, but what to choose!
     
  2. jcsd
  3. Mar 23, 2010 #2
    It doesn't really matter. Presumably the first couple of years will be the same for ALL of them. Get your feet wet and then make your decision. Good Luck! :smile:
     
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