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    I have taken 4 full credit subjects( physics, chemistry, maths, computing) and GP . i am planning to drop the chemistry a2 portion. can i still be eligible for universities without it ? i am planning to do computer science or IT in bachelors
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    Assuming you're talking about A levels then yes, I'm sure you would be eligible for any computer science or IT degree with 3 A levels in maths, physics and computing. But you will need to do your own research to find out exactly what grades you need. University websites and the UCAS course search tool are good places to start.
 
 
 
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