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    Basically I'm really interested in doing CS at uni and could quite easily see myself becoming a developer of some sorts, but I'm also having thoughts on becoming an actuary seeing as they need programming although it's mainly Maths based.

    My dilemma is that my grades are not outstanding, AACd (Maths, Econ, FMaths, CompSci) although I'm retaking CompSci AS and taking A2. I know my CompSci grade at As wasn't good due to a number of issues but I do see myself getting at least an A in CompSci at A level. Also I'm taking classes in C# and a year experience at a software development company so I hope my CompSci grade at As wont be an issue (I got an A at GCSE). My questions are how likely am I to get offers from RG unis in CompSci (AAB-AAA), If I don't get offers could I apply on results day with the required grades and still get in and what would be the best course option for keeping Computing and Acturial jobs still open in the future although I'm happy doing a masters conversion?? I think Maths and CompSci might be the best but I know my FMaths grade might prove a problem.

    Thanks in advance (I hope I have placed this in the right area!)
 
 
 
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