I've finished my GCSEs and chosen my A Levels: Statistics, Media Studies, Business and Applied Science.
I'd like to do something in the video game industry after my A Levels (not particularly a game developer but maybe something like a product manager or a producer) so would these A Levels help a future career in the computer game industry? I'm predicted a B in most of my GCSE subjects and I've done a GCSE in Spanish, Geography and Food Tech.
Also, I've decided that if I get an A in maths or physics, I'll change the statistics and applied science A Levels to maths and physics.
Would these A Levels be good in the Computer Game Industry? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 25-06-2016 14:39
- Official Rep
- 27-06-2016 15:50
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