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Hi, I am studying AS- Physics, Chemistry and ICT. I'm worried I might not get into any computer science courses at uni, as most unis require you to have a full a level in maths. If I study AS maths next year, along with my other a-levels, would I have a chance of getting into a decent university?:confused:
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Most unis seem to say 2 from technology, maths and sciences so you should be fine.
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It depends, on the uni. Most will prefer you to have a full maths A-level some will insist on it (and state a grade you need). It might be worth having a look at the requirements for some of the unis you are interested in.

You will have quite a heavy work load next year if you do A2 physics, chem and ICT as well as AS maths.
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