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    Right, basically I did well in my GCSES (5A*s, 6As) , my AS (4As) and I'm targeted to do well in my A levels (A*A*Aa). I'm going to study computer science in some capacity somewhere...the problem is I don't know where is.

    I have four options (not 100% sure I'll get offers from all of them anyway but it's likely) they are.

    UCL, St Andrews (offered AAA), Groningen (a Dutch Uni which I hold an offer for) and a really good higher apprenticeship.

    What I am after from the lovely student room community is what you would do or choose. I know it's highly personal but any sort of opinions would be great.

    Thanks loads!!!!!
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    It is a super personal choice so theres not much I can say.. Have you been to visit any of the unis? And have you looked at the courses to see which interests you the most? Could you talk to someone who went to the same unis and did the same subject, or someone who did the apprenticeship and see there opinions on it? Sorry I can't be of more help... Good luck with whatever you choose!
 
 
 
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