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    I plan to take next year for a level
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    I don't know whether I should do computing or physics...any advice??



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    (Original post by phoebeisgreat)
    I plan to take next year for a level
    Maths
    Further maths
    Physics

    I don't know whether I should do computing or physics...any advice??



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    Well you could do 4 or 5.

    What are you thinking of as a career/degree course? Computing isn't required for any degrees so chemistry or physics would be the safer option if you aren't sure.
    Which do you enjoy more?

    I took maths, further maths, physics, chemistry and biology.
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    (Original post by morgan8002)
    Well you could do 4 or 5.

    What are you thinking of as a career/degree course? Computing isn't required for any degrees so chemistry or physics would be the safer option if you aren't sure.
    Which do you enjoy more?

    I took maths, further maths, physics, chemistry and biology.
    Thanks for your reply
    I'm definitely keen on doing maths at uni -I haven't done computing before so I don't know if I'll like it or not...then again in always open to new experiences!!!
    How did you find maths and physics?


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    (Original post by phoebeisgreat)
    Thanks for your reply
    I'm definitely keen on doing maths at uni -I haven't done computing before so I don't know if I'll like it or not...then again in always open to new experiences!!!
    How did you find maths and physics?


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    Possibly have a go self-studying computing to see if you like it.

    Maths and physics are my favourite three A-levels.
 
 
 

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