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    Should I pick Economics or Computing?
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    I have picked: Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Economics.
    I am not sure if I should change economics.
    For GCSEs I am doing computing but not economics,
    In the future I'm not sure what I want to be but something to do with finance and banking.
    I want my options to be as broad as possible and hope to go to a top university.. What do you think?
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    economics as this will be linked to banking
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    (Original post by BlaG-)
    Should I pick Economics or Computing?
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    I have picked: Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Economics.
    I am not sure if I should change economics.
    For GCSEs I am doing computing but not economics,
    In the future I'm not sure what I want to be but something to do with finance and banking.
    I want my options to be as broad as possible and hope to go to a top university.. What do you think?
    I'm going to choose the same thing too lol

    I do econ at GCSE and its fairly easy, choose whatever you like.

    What do you wanna do at uni
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    Regardless of what you will choose, practical skill in programming and understanding how to develop programs is a very employable skill, even if you don't choose computing.
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    In uni, hmm im not sure yet, something to do with maths.. For some time i thought of being an actuary but I still have a bit of time to decide.. its 2-1 so far, still not sure if i should change.. I know its linked to banking more, but i want to widen my options in the future as well.. Is it a must?
 
 
 
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