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    I've never had a good education due to a rough time growing up. My dad was kind enough to move me to a private college where I got:

    A* Film Studies
    A* Biology IGCSE
    A English Language
    A Media Studies
    B English Lit
    B Maths

    I really screwed up my A Levels by changing and and not having the right frame of mind this year. I took Media, Film and Photography. I got:
    A Film
    C Photography

    I'm fortunate enough to go back to the private college this year but the problem is I am in A2 and the only two clear paths for my future I see for myself is computer science or culinary. I want to get A levels to enable me to make the decision in the future and not cancel off any potential paths to either. The major problem is I desperately want to go on a planned gap year after A2 and its difficult to do it another year as its for the specific age of 18/19.

    Here's the question...
    To study computer science in a decent uni I need an A in maths a level or computer science. I'm thinking about doing one year intensive maths and biology and then sticking with film A2.

    Do you think it's impossible to do maths intensive when I'm not so good at maths? Is there any other advice you can give me!??
 
 
 
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