I did double science at GCSE and achieved A*/A.
I want to do computer programming at university and many universities look for both maths and physics. I am doing maths A-Level and want to physics A-Level.
Basically, what I'm asking is would I have to catch up on the Triple syllabus and if so, would I be able to keep up with the course? Am I far behind?
GCSE Double Award Science to A-Level Science Watch
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- 03-09-2016 16:35
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- 05-09-2016 17:50
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- 05-09-2016 18:29
I'm in a similar situation at double award science I achieved an A and a B and I'm going on to study biology at A level. My teacher said that it is a completely new syllabus and that high achievers at double award science should do just as fine as people studying a level sciences who done triple award. so there is no need to worry about being behind