GCSEs begin next week and I keep worrying about my option to do further maths a level. I am working to getting an A* in maths as I have got it in my mocks since year 10, but I also do additional maths and it takes me quite a while to understand the concepts (even though after a lot of studying I do understand the topic). I hope to get a B in further maths, otherwise hopefully at least pass it. Its taking up a lot of my revision time but I know some of the topics overlap with a level so it will be helpful next year. I want to do computer science/software engineering in uni. Im taking computing,maths,media (and possibly further maths) otherwise I hate all the other subjects (especially physics which my teacher said is a good alternative) and I don't know what to do. Apparently a levels do not compare to gcses so I don't want to struggle, but then again if all a levels are hard I might as well take what I want right? I dont know...just scared. What do you guys think?
From GCSE to A level, it's all changing