(Original post by WaNaBe)
So I have four offers to study Computer Science this year.
Firstly I'm not too sure on where to go as I think they're all great universities, which puts me in a tough decision when choosing to Firm and Insure.
Secondly, I haven't actually done any programming before - which I guess is very naive of me. I'm worried I won't be able to keep up, and therefore will do bad, or drop out. I guess I should mention that I'm particularly interested in the discrete maths side of things, so would want to focus on a "maths" heavy CS degree as opposed to tonnes of programming.
Do you think the unis would have much flexibility and let me change to comp sci and maths, or maths if I hated comp sci on it's own? I say this as I wouldn't have any intention of swapping degree unless I really did hate it, as I'm so grateful to have even got offers from them unis and wouldn't want to throw away a great opportunity.
In short, I'm not sure where to go, and whether or not I'll even like the course, as I frankly don't really know what I want to do with the rest of my life.
Any advice, information on the unis would be greatly appreciated. Thanks