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    I'm thinking about doing A-Level Use of Maths, but I've just read (red?) this article: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/8143060.stm
    I know its 4 years old but does this still apply now?
    I will probably be wanting to do either Software Engineering, Computer Science or Game Development at university (Leaning more towards Software Engineering at the moment)
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    (Original post by DJlad15)
    I'm thinking about doing A-Level Use of Maths, but I've just read (red?) this article: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/8143060.stm
    I know its 4 years old but does this still apply now?
    I will probably be wanting to do either Software Engineering, Computer Science or Game Development at university (Leaning more towards Software Engineering at the moment)
    Have a look at the websites of university courses that you might apply for. If you get no answers there, email them and ask.

    Certainly Use of Maths is not enough for reasonable physics, engineering or chemistry courses, but I don't know anything about software engineering.
 
 
 
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