<p>Hi, I'm a student from Sri Lanka moving to Alberta university, Canada to study petroleum engineering next year.
All students in the engineering school should follow a common curriculum in the first year. This contains chemistry. I never enjoyed Chemistry.
I don't know how difficult this will be ,because I didn't study chemistry for my A levels.
However,to get admitted to the university you need a minimum of two A Lvel subjects (including mathematics) and 5 subjects for GCSEs. I studied Maths and Physics for the A levels,however I took Chemistry for GCSEs,and I got admitted to the university. I don't whether I can handle the chemistry in the first year.</p>
<p>My Uncle says that I can't study petroleum engineering as I take Chemistry in A levels, I thought chemistry that is being though at GCSE level and chemistry knowledge I gain in the first is sufficient for this. What do you think abou this? Is my uncle correct do I need chemistry at A levels.</p>