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    I am really puzzled my main is
    AL math
    I want 2 or 3 more
    Should i do computer science and physics or physics and further math
    Or computer science and further
    Or computer sci as and physics and further
    Ir physics as and computer science and further
    Btw all the above + Al math 😅😅

    If you aren't sure which subjects you want to take then i would suggest taking all of the above as it is normal for people to take 4AS and 3 A Levels so you can drop whichever subject you want next year. If your exams are linear, this poses a big problem but i know that physics and F.math and maths don't change next year. All those combinations work well but remember you have a module choice with A level Maths and Further Maths, so if you take Physics the mechanics modules would be best, but Decision modules may be easier for Comp Sci. There is also the optional physics module to take into account, so that may alter which you choose as the optional module is for the A2 year, so find out which modules you would take in maths and physics. Unless it would be a real struggle, I would suggest taking all of them and dropping a subject next year.
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