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    Im not sure what job to follow: lead writer, game writer,content designers and if non these work then I will try a game designer udemy course,Twitch or YouTube even then I will still do things side show as they are my passions in life,who knows where it will take me in ten years
    for my gcse's I have chosen:
    English
    Maths
    Graphics(DT)
    Business
    Religious Studies
    French
    Combined Science(Double Science)
    plz tell me whether i have chosen the right subjects or not thx
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    (Original post by draconus)
    Im not sure what job to follow: lead writer, game writer,content designers and if non these work then I will try a game designer udemy course,Twitch or YouTube even then I will still do things side show as they are my passions in life,who knows where it will take me in ten years
    for my gcse's I have chosen:
    English
    Maths
    Graphics(DT)
    Business
    Religious Studies
    French
    Combined Science(Double Science)
    plz tell me whether i have chosen the right subjects or not thx
    If you want to be in the gaming industry, then I think you should've chose Computer Science. Good luck!
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    (Original post by SBizzy)
    If you want to be in the gaming industry, then I think you should've chose Computer Science. Good luck!
    There's more to Game development than coding lol
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    (Original post by draconus)
    Im not sure what job to follow: lead writer, game writer,content designers and if non these work then I will try a game designer udemy course,Twitch or YouTube even then I will still do things side show as they are my passions in life,who knows where it will take me in ten years
    for my gcse's I have chosen:
    English
    Maths
    Graphics(DT)
    Business
    Religious Studies
    French
    Combined Science(Double Science)
    plz tell me whether i have chosen the right subjects or not thx
    Graphics or any type of art would be a good GCSE if you want to become a Game designer (Just to clarify, "Game Designer is more an umbrella term. There are a lot of different roles in that type of job which you can aim to follow if you want to)

    Computer Science would be a good GCSE to pick (Even though you haven't) as SBizzy mentioned, however not essential. If you've only just completed your GCSE's or just starting them (or half way through?), you still have all of your 2 years of A levels afterwards, then a Bachelor degree after that, so a lot of time for you to hone your skills in both GCSE and in your free time.

    Just follow your interests for now, and then do an A level course that works that. I'm in a Game development (University) course and at my uni I know a good amount who don't have a large experience if any in coding but have another skill linked to the course (Art etc), so knowing it all at the beginning isn't needed.


    As for writing, focus in your English subjects and if you decide to follow the writing (Story writing for Games or other?), follow your education to follow that

    Sorry for the long winded answer!
    Good luck with your education
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    (Original post by TooNocturnal)
    There's more to Game development than coding lol
    Obviously
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    (Original post by TooNocturnal)
    Graphics or any type of art would be a good GCSE if you want to become a Game designer (Just to clarify, "Game Designer is more an umbrella term. There are a lot of different roles in that type of job which you can aim to follow if you want to)

    Computer Science would be a good GCSE to pick (Even though you haven't) as SBizzy mentioned, however not essential. If you've only just completed your GCSE's or just starting them (or half way through?), you still have all of your 2 years of A levels afterwards, then a Bachelor degree after that, so a lot of time for you to hone your skills in both GCSE and in your free time.

    Just follow your interests for now, and then do an A level course that works that. I'm in a Game development (University) course and at my uni I know a good amount who don't have a large experience if any in coding but have another skill linked to the course (Art etc), so knowing it all at the beginning isn't needed.


    As for writing, focus in your English subjects and if you decide to follow the writing (Story writing for Games or other?), follow your education to follow that

    Sorry for the long winded answer!
    Good luck with your education
    thanks for your time i think i will focus on english and graphics also it's almost a term in since i've started my gcse's any how thanks for the advice
 
 
 
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