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    Okay so I am doing Maths, Further Maths, Additional Further Maths and Physics. I think it is very possible to achieve 4 A*'s but I need to have my application done in the next few weeks. I have no idea which course to do anymore. Help me choose from one of the following:
    -Mathematics
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    -Electrical Engineering
    -Computer Science
    -Economics
    -Accounting
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    (Original post by AlmostNotable)
    Okay so I am doing Maths, Further Maths, Additional Further Maths and Physics. I think it is very possible to achieve 4 A*'s but I need to have my application done in the next few weeks. I have no idea which course to do anymore. Help me choose from one of the following:
    -Mathematics
    -Physics
    -Electrical Engineering
    -Computer Science
    -Economics
    -Accounting
    Electrical engineering - it's a combination of all the other courses


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    Okay so I am doing Maths, Further Maths, Additional Further Maths and Physics. I think it is very possible to achieve 4 A*'s but I need to have my application done in the next few weeks. I have no idea which course to do anymore. Help me choose from one of the following:
    -Mathematics
    -Physics
    -Electrical Engineering
    -Computer Science
    -Economics
    -Accounting
    Any thoughts on which courses you're leaning towards, or what careers you might be thinking of? That's a pretty broad list of courses.
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    (Original post by AlmostNotable)
    Okay so I am doing Maths, Further Maths, Additional Further Maths and Physics. I think it is very possible to achieve 4 A*'s but I need to have my application done in the next few weeks. I have no idea which course to do anymore. Help me choose from one of the following:
    -Mathematics
    -Physics
    -Electrical Engineering
    -Computer Science
    -Economics
    -Accounting
    That generally depends on what you enjoy. I was (kinda still am) in a similar position: I can't decide between general engineering, maths, physics, comp sci, economics and accountacy and biological sciences.

    I've done a lot of research and realised I can become an accountant if I do the other degrees; become a software/web engineer without a CS degree (and with a Maths and Engineering degree); apply to economic relataed jobs with the other degrees. So I've managed to narrow it down to Maths, Physics and Engineering.

    I then realised I could take Physics modules in a Maths degree (or do a joint honour in both) as well as Economics and accountacy. So now I've been stuck with Maths or Engineering. I'm more inclined to go with Maths due to its flexibility and the fact that you learn more rigorous topics.

    I'd suggest looking for work experience, and to also look at what each course consist of.
 
 
 
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