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Asked by Eloise

Can someone help explain the process of electrolysis

I hope this helps ELECTROLYSIS Ionic substances contain charged particles called ions. For example, lead bromide contains positively charged lead ions and negatively charged bromide ions. Electrolysis is the process by which ionic substances are decomposed (broken down) into simpler substances when an electric current is passed through them. Electricity is the flow of electrons or ions. For elec... more

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Asked by Ethan

What a-levels should I choose my ideal job would be a commercial pilot

Alevels in Math and Physics are what applicants for pilot programmes or aeronautical-related jobs usually have. If you are strong in your math and sciences I would recommend you to take alevels from the following Math, Further maths, Physics, Chemistry Computer Science

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Asked by Harry

What GCSE’s do I need to become a qualified pilot?

Hi Harry. Thank you for your question. Do you know which airline you’re interested in flying for? If you do, you can go on their website and see their GCSE or A-Level requirements. That way you can work backgrounds and see if they specify any compulsory GCSEs. However, after the research I’ve done, it seems that the subjects at GCSE’s are less important than securing strong grades so I would choos... more

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Asked by Mobeen

What to get British airways engineer apprenticeship and how to meet their criteria?!

Hi Mobeen, thank you for your question. This should have all the information you’re looking for; https://careers.ba.com/apprentices. Hope that helps!

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Asked by Thomas

What would be the easiest and quickest method to remember sociologists for the education topic?

I would suggest simply learning the 4 main sociologists: Althusser, Durkheim, parsons, and Davis and More, to be able to structure your education section of the paper effectively. However, if you are finding it hard to remember the names then just state the different perspectives/theories: Marxist, Functionalist ect. In doing so if the rest of your answer is good, you wouldn't loose marks simply... more

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Asked by E L L

What GSCE’s do I need to be an engineer? (specifically one that designs the mechanics in HS2 etc)

Hello, I would strong recommend taking triple science and definitely computer science as engineering degrees always require you to do some coding. Also any additional maths courses you can take would put you at an advantage. I would recommend taking maths, further maths, physics and another science at A-level if you want a good foundations to start engineering later on. I hope that helps, contac... more

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