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    Alright so I'm decided of what degree I'm going to do, at the moment it't between: accounting and finance, accounting and finance with economics/computer science/business management or a computer science degree by itself. The A level subjects I'm taking are: Maths, Business, Accounting and Economics (probably gonna drop business at A2).
    I'm 15 years old (I skipped year 9) and I'm doing the AAT qualification right now and I'm doing it throughout 2 years and maybe more after A levels.
    Since I'm doing A level accounting and I'm taking the AAT qualifications, I'm tempted not to do an accounting and finance degree since it might be a waste of time and money as I might possibly learn it within the AAT qualification. So what I'm tempting to is a COMPUTER SCIENCE DEGREE because I'm passionate within computers and I think I'll flourish in it. However, I think if I do a computer science degree I might forget all of the knowledge I gained from A level accounting and AAT so now I'm thinking of doing a combined degree of computer science with accounting and finance at the University of Lancaster! I'm confused!! Please help me!

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