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    Hi,
    The degrees that I might be interested in are biology, chemistry, engineering or computer science related, and my current A-Level options are biology, chemistry, physics and maths.
    For GCSE I am doing:
    Computer Science, French, History, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Philosophy and Ethics, Astronomy, English Lit+Lang and Further Maths.
    I'm forecast As and A*s in all of these.

    Are the above A-Level options enough to see me into any of the degrees that I mentioned above? Any comments are appreciated.
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    Yes these are good choices. One thing is that further maths is valued highly by engineering/computing so you might want to consider it.
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    Hi,
    The degrees that I might be interested in are biology, chemistry, engineering or computer science related, and my current A-Level options are biology, chemistry, physics and maths.
    For GCSE I am doing:
    Computer Science, French, History, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Philosophy and Ethics, Astronomy, English Lit+Lang and Further Maths.
    I'm forecast As and A*s in all of these.

    Are the above A-Level options enough to see me into any of the degrees that I mentioned above? Any comments are appreciated.
    Those are fine! Some places also like further maths for engineering/computer science but that's unlikely to be a requirement anywhere, and what you have already keeps your options open more so I'd stick with them if I were you


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    Thanks very much guys I appreciate it I might try to do further maths as an extra. :-D
 
 
 
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