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    I've chosen maths, further maths, physics, history and Latin; are these good choices for a degree in computer science for somewhere like Cambridge or Imperial? I really dislike chemistry, and I'm not interested in other subjects. Thanks
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    They're fine


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    Thanks. Anyone else?
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    Check Jake Wright out on Youtube. He is computer scientist at Cambridge and he did Maths, FM, Physics and Computing.

    If you have Maths, FM and physics you have all you need

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    Check Jake Wright out on Youtube. He is computer scientist at Cambridge and he did Maths, FM, Physics and Computing.

    If you have Maths, FM and physics you have all you need

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    Jake Wright is amazing ahahah

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    Jake Wright is amazing ahahah

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    Yes! Sadly I'm more interested in NatSci though


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    (Original post by C0balt)
    Yes! Sadly I'm more interested in NatSci though


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    Same! I still love his vlogs though

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    You should probably replace FM with history of art.

    No but srsly just go on the uni website and see the requirements..
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    With Maths I'd also say pick D1 as your applied module I've heard


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    (Original post by Kolasinac138)
    You should probably replace FM with history of art.

    No but srsly just go on the uni website and see the requirements..
    Rubbish
    He is aiming for the top such as Cambridge and the course there is highly mathematical (again check out Jake Wright, in his vlog he is often saying 'mathematical' blah blah..) and majority of students, his competitors will be taking FM.

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    (Original post by C0balt)
    Rubbish
    He is aiming for the top such as Cambridge and the course there is highly mathematical (again check out Jake Wright, in his vlog he is often saying 'mathematical' blah blah..) and majority of students, his competitors will be taking FM.

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    lol, you think I was being serious
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    (Original post by Kolasinac138)
    lol, you think I was being serious
    Wasn't really obvious one
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    Yeah they're fine. You'll probably hear people on here saying D1/D2 modules are rubbish, but trust me they will really really help you (I was asked a simple D2 question at my Cambridge interview and it helped me immensely, also I had a D1 question at my Imperial interview and my interviewer said she it was very impressive knowing what to do)
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    (Original post by C0balt)
    Wasn't really obvious one
    It's obvious if your IQ is above your shoe size, seeing as I followed it up with "no, but seriously".
 
 
 
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