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    Hello, Guys.

    I just wanted a opinion from other people on whether i should choose Chemistry A-level or Computing A-Level. The other options i have decided to choose are Further Maths and Physics.
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    Either would go with your existing A-Levels (I presume you've also chosen to take Maths as well as Further Maths), so it's a matter of which one you prefer. If you know which exam board your school uses, you could take a look through the subjects' specification to see what is covered to help you with this.
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    You should go with the Subject you most enjoy and also bear in mind which route you want to go towards =)
    I would personally go with Chemistry :P
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    Chemistry is the more well respected subject and obviously has more resources and support available for it.

    Personally though, I'd have gone with Comp sci if I were you as my experience with chemistry from gcse is that it's a very boring subject!

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    (Original post by TheRandomGenius)
    Chemistry is the more well respected subject and obviously has more resources and support available for it.

    Personally though, I'd have gone with Comp sci if I were you as my experience with chemistry from gcse is that it's a very boring subject!

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    "boring subject"
    Not really..the concept behind Chemistry is extremely interesting and you get to experiment with chemicals too...
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    (Original post by JenyR)
    "boring subject"
    Not really..the concept behind Chemistry is extremely interesting and you get to experiment with chemicals too...
    Fair enough, that's your opinion. I did say that that I personally think that it's boring - it's a very subjective thing tbh.
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    (Original post by TheRandomGenius)
    Fair enough, that's your opinion. I did say that that I personally think that it's boring - it's a very subjective thing tbh.
    True Truee :blush:
 
 
 
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