I'm in year 12 and currently studying maths, physics, ICT and computer science. Because of the a-level reform I can't take any AS exams this year, and must sit the entire of all courses at the end of year 13. I've been thinking of dropping maths, as my last mock grade was a D, whereas my other three were AAB. I'm not really enjoying it and the courses I want to do at uni (computer networks) only require 220-300 points, which is achievable if I can get just AAB next year.
Do you think I should drop it or try and tough it out? How disadvantaged would I be without maths a-level?
Should I drop out of maths? watch
- Thread Starter
- 20-04-2016 22:10
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- 22-04-2016 23:30
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