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Old 02-09-2016, 03:15 PM
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Default Part-time Higher NITEC in Electrical Engineering (Advice Needed)

Hello everyone,

I am interested in the part-time Higher NITEC in Electrical Engineering.

However, I am concerned I might be lacking the maths/physics foundation for the course(C6 for E maths and B3 for Combined Science at 'O' Levels).

Tried contacting ITE HQ but they were not very helpful, just told me no maths involved. Find it a little hard to believe an Electrical Engineering course has no maths involved.

What are the maths and physics topics/concepts covered in this course?

Please advise.

Thank you.

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Where can I find some good electricals?

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Old 03-02-2021, 08:11 AM
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Why don't become an electrician instead? You don't have to learn about math a lot, you need to know the practical stuff.

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Why don't become an electrician instead? You don't have to learn about math a lot, you need to know the practical stuff.
It's much easier to learn that stuff, and the salary is really nice. I know a guy who was the only electrician in a small town, and when the new building was built he got an apartment in that building just to do the electric wiring and stuff. That is one way, or you can work for companies like charlotte nc electricians, those guys are really good, and they always have a lot of customers, the salary would still be great.
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Why don't become an electrician instead? You don't have to learn about math a lot, you need to know the practical stuff.
Indeed. I totally agree
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I have heard good reviews about this school, but no one I know has ever studied there. However, I agree with Headquarters, etc. which said that math is not necessary because basically you need to have knowledge in physics. Please tell me have you tried to search for information on the Internet or on the NITEC school website?I think that in this school you will take a full course in physics and partly in mathematics. By the way, it is commendable that you decided to study in this field. Personally, I am an electrical engineer by profession and work for a large company. You know, the most frequently asked question is what is a voltage stabilizer and why it is necessary.
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Old 22-04-2021, 04:39 PM
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Why do C6 for e maths and B3 for combined science not let you get into NITEC engineering?

I got C5 for emaths, C6 for combined science (biology and chemistry) and I got a diploma in electronics.

I even got a Degree in electronics 2 years ago and working in Electrical field now.

TBH, maths is VERY necessary is engineering. Fourier transform, transfer functions, forces, etc all are maths.

When I was studying in poly, engineering mathematics is actually A maths and I can cope. So do not worry and follow your heart.

As long as you have the passion, you will be able to do it.
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I am more than sure that you should ask a specialist for this information. I can recommend gordonpowers.com.au because they have the most experienced electricians I have ever met. Our old house had the same old electrical system that needed to be replaced. We were helped with it by these very specialists who did everything very quickly and without any additional problems. I think you will find this quite interesting and valuable. If it really is, please share in your next post the answer you got.
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I agree with Aneano, why don't become an electrician instead? I studied that and it helped me a lot, now I can do all electrical repairs at home, and that makes me save a lot of money! I even changed to solar powered with Renogy products, check them out at this website, besides, electricians are well paid and there's always work for us to do.
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Hello everyone,

I am interested in the part-time Higher NITEC in Electrical Engineering.

However, I am concerned I might be lacking the maths/physics foundation for the course(C6 for E maths and B3 for Combined Science at 'O' Levels).

Tried contacting ITE HQ but they were not very helpful, just told me no maths involved. Find it a little hard to believe an Electrical Engineering course has no maths involved.

What are the maths and physics topics/concepts covered in this course?

Please advise.

Thank you.
i think u can basically just go f'uck urself
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