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    Hi!
    I am thinking of taking: Maths, Physics and Economics B, but for my fourth option I am not sure to take Chemistry, Geography or Computer Science.

    For Uni courses I was thinking of going into Economics and management/ Engineering/ Computer Sci/ Medicine

    I used to want to be a peadatrician before, but cos of anxiety problems I am not sure anymore.
    I also really enjoy geography, but there aren't really many career paths leading from it. I find chemistry ok, not really fun though, and I haven't really done computing and IT before.
    Are there any decent online courses I could do, rather than the a level, as I found you only need maths and physics to do computer sci at uni. But I was considering to take it, to see what its like and if I would be interested in a career in it.

    Sorry this is such a ramble btw, but I appreciate any advice or opinions
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    (Original post by FabulouslyAwks)
    Hi!
    I am thinking of taking: Maths, Physics and Economics B, but for my fourth option I am not sure to take Chemistry, Geography or Computer Science.

    For Uni courses I was thinking of going into Economics and management/ Engineering/ Computer Sci/ Medicine

    I used to want to be a peadatrician before, but cos of anxiety problems I am not sure anymore.
    I also really enjoy geography, but there aren't really many career paths leading from it. I find chemistry ok, not really fun though, and I haven't really done computing and IT before.
    Are there any decent online courses I could do, rather than the a level, as I found you only need maths and physics to do computer sci at uni. But I was considering to take it, to see what its like and if I would be interested in a career in it.

    Sorry this is such a ramble btw, but I appreciate any advice or opinions
    Thanks
    You should do History a lot of universities like to see it with an A-level economics.
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    (Original post by RS012)
    You should do History a lot of universities like to see it with an A-level economics.
    But I haven't done it as a GCSE
 
 
 
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