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(Original post by guest1984)
For Imperial, u definetly need a science or further maths, to do computing, and for York, u need either physics or electronics to do their course!!

Good luck with whatever u take
Thanks
Well I'll make up my mind in the next couple days, after I get to talk with the british council people...
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Fundemental computer science is physics anyway! You should do mathematics and physics imo.
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Good choice...

and good luck!
Thank you!
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Fundemental computer science is physics anyway! You should do mathematics and physics imo.
Fundamental compsci is in no way physics, we spend as much of the time as possible trying to ignore the effects of physics. If anything it can be likened to maths, though it is a lot more practical in places.

If you must insist on comparisons then I'd suggest that compsci is a mix of engineering and mathematics.

Alaric.
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