Gigabit
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Hi all,

Got my AS results yesterday and they're pretty bad:

Computing: B
Environmental Studies: C
Maths: D
Philosophy: D

I want to do Computer Science at Uni so I have to keep on Computing and Maths.

That leaves me with the option of dropping either Environmental Studies or Philosophy. As I've done the worst in Philosophy, it makes sense to drop that I think?

I'm two marks away from the next grade up (C) in one of my Environmental papers so is it worth getting it re-marked? The total UMS points confuse me so if you could advise me on that that would be great.

I'm obviously going to have to work my arse off next year in Maths which I am prepared to do. Will I need to re-take all three modules in order to get my grade up to a B or an A?

Thanks a lot and I hope you all did well
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Hello, I want to do computer science at uni too.
I got A in Mathematics but I always practice it and do homework every time.
Math is very important to apply for this degree then you should resit for it.
I'm really sure that you can get an A in Math for the next year
Don't give up
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Any more advice for me, anyone???
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