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    I am currently deciding to study Computer Science, Business Studies and Accountancy.

    Do you think this is a good mix and good you give me ideas for another A-Level I could study?
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    Maths would be a good combination with accounting if you enjoy it.


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    You should never study an A-Level just because someone recommends it to you, you should study what you enjoy doing.
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    Bull****, I hated GCSE physics and now I'm thinking of doing it at degree level


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    (Original post by Isis_on_the_cake)
    Bull****, I hated GCSE physics and now I'm thinking of doing it at degree level


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    How does that refute my post?
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    (Original post by Async)
    You should never study an A-Level just because someone recommends it to you, you should study what you enjoy doing.
    I was going to do a BTEC Level 3 in Software Development. However, the school I am currently at ruined that option for me by not having more then one computer science teacher and I now am not as interested as I first was so I thought it may help if I do A-Levels because if I don't like Computer Science A-Level then I can do an AS instead
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    (Original post by r-t)
    Maths would be a good combination with accounting if you enjoy it.


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    OK I'll consider it thank you
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    (Original post by ASC10)
    OK I'll consider it thank you
    Alright, apparently it is quite hard though from what I have heard but a rewarding subject.


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    (Original post by r-t)
    Alright, apparently it is quite hard though from what I have heard but a rewarding subject.


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    Yeah at Secondary School I had the opportunity to do Additional Maths which is a mixture of GCSE and A-level Maths and I couldn't complete it because I found it difficult and had more important subjects to study
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    (Original post by ASC10)
    Yeah at Secondary School I had the opportunity to do Additional Maths which is a mixture of GCSE and A-level Maths and I couldn't complete it because I found it difficult and had more important subjects to study
    Oh it may be a bit risky studying it at a-level then. Perhaps psychology instead. I done it and got an A and its quite rewarding. I also done business studies but psychology was easier but it depends on your exam board and personal preference.


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    (Original post by r-t)
    Oh it may be a bit risky studying it at a-level then. Perhaps psychology instead. I done it and got an A and its quite rewarding. I also done business studies but psychology was easier but it depends on your exam board and personal preference.


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    Ah OK I may have a deeper look into that thank you
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    (Original post by ASC10)
    I was going to do a BTEC Level 3 in Software Development. However, the school I am currently at ruined that option for me by not having more then one computer science teacher and I now am not as interested as I first was so I thought it may help if I do A-Levels because if I don't like Computer Science A-Level then I can do an AS instead
    The BTEC is great and if you want to study something IT or Computer Science related at uni then I think its a good option however if you arent sure then got for various different A levels which will open up different doors for you
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    (Original post by yt7777)
    The BTEC is great and if you want to study something IT or Computer Science related at uni then I think its a good option however if you arent sure then got for various different A levels which will open up different doors for you
    Yeah that's why I will probably apply for both and then think about it some more
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    (Original post by ASC10)
    Yeah that's why I will probably apply for both and then think about it some more
    Fair enough, good idea
 
 
 

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