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Physics or Computer science?

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    I am looking to become an RAF Medical officer in the near future, and the current As Levels i am studying are Maths Mechanics, Chemistry, Biology and computer science. I have the choice of whether i want to change the computer science to physics. The teacher has already said it is okay, but i am unsure of which subject would benefit me most in my future?
    I am also aware you can do an online course which provides you with a certificate at the end of it and apparently the universities love it? It is in the coding language of Python. I am already about half way through that too.
    I am finding Computer science, well the software part mostly, rather difficult, and I am wondering what peoples opinions are on it?
    Thank you!!

    im doing OCR physics and ngl it's hard and pretty boring to me personally, if you want to switch to physics make sure your maths is very good. Physics is probably seen better by universities but for your career choice it honestly doesn't matter, knowing how to code is a very good skill too
    • Thread Starter

    Okay. Thank you for your reply! Mine is WJEC and I would only take it for As though. So do you think I should still stick with computer science?
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