Should I do Computer Science for A Level?

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saffron.elise
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I'm thinking of doing Computer Science for A level and I'm at the end of year 10 currently. I don't do Computer Science for GCSE but I want a job in the technology field, related to computing and would like to get an apprenticeship in that field after my A Levels. Do you guys think I should do it for A Level without any past experience?
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I'm sure they'll teach your the basics of programming and computing at the start of A Level compsci.
I'm currently just finishing off my GCSE and have done CompSci as a GCSE, and am doing it for A Levels too.
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They start right from basics so if you're not experienced it doesn't matter at all. You could try learning to code briefly to help, but if you went in without any knowledge and worked hard you'd be fine
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(Original post by saffron.elise)
I don't do Computer Science for GCSE but I want a job in the technology field, related to computing and would like to get an apprenticeship in that field after my A Levels.
How do you know that's what you want to do, if you've never done any?
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