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    I already did but they didnt help me all they told me was to look at the requirements stated on their site again
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    (Original post by toxi)
    I already did but they didnt help me all they told me was to look at the requirements stated on their site again
    http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/teaching/und...ryrequirements

    I think you're fine, you have Further Maths which really helps, and is included in "a science based subject", they also want maths and "one other subject".

    Go for it!
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    are those the requirements for single computing courses too?
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    (Original post by toxi)
    are those the requirements for single computing courses too?
    Typical offers for the single computing course at IC are in the range AAA-AAB (including maths and physics or electronics at A2).
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    (Original post by Leekey)
    Typical offers for the single computing course at IC are in the range AAA-AAB (including maths and physics or electronics at A2).
    Their site says:
    " including Mathematics and a hard science subject (such as Physics, Chemistry or Biology)."
    So I'm not really sure how they view electronics (probs fine with it though), and they included biology. TBH I suspect futher maths would be ok too, but no guarantees of course.

    http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/teaching/und...ting/#entrance
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    (Original post by BossLady)
    Their site says:
    " including Mathematics and a hard science subject (such as Physics, Chemistry or Biology)."
    So I'm not really sure how they view electronics (probs fine with it though), and they included biology. TBH I suspect futher maths would be ok too, but no guarantees of course.

    http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/teaching/und...ting/#entrance
    They told me that they would make me an AAB offer (including maths and elec at grade A) if I applied to them after rejecting Notts. They told me that Electronics was perfectly fine. I've been told by most departments that electronics is ideal for Comp Sci because as well as the basic physics, you learn a lot of random crap that is applied in most courses such as boolean algebra, processor architechture, fundamental AI (a.k.a automated servo control) etc... plus the joys of prolog and machine code programming. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by BossLady)
    Their site says:
    " including Mathematics and a hard science subject (such as Physics, Chemistry or Biology)."
    So I'm not really sure how they view electronics (probs fine with it though), and they included biology. TBH I suspect futher maths would be ok too, but no guarantees of course.

    http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/teaching/und...ting/#entrance
    Seems I was rather lucky to be given an offer without a hard science subject. My other A levels were Computing, Law and Business. Most likely means I'll have a lot of sciency stuff to learn when I get there
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    Mine was AAA too.

    In AH (scottish equiv of a-levels, for those of you who don't know):
    Pure maths
    Applied maths
    Computing
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    I wish they give me such an offer...

    People from my school (im international) were given offers of 4 A's and an average grade of 19.5/20 (for compsci)....Even Cambridge didnt ask for such grades
 
 
 
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