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Hello I have combinations of physics,maths and computer science in As Level,but now I want to change my subject Physics to business studies.
is it okay to have combinations of computer,maths and business?
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check with what your school says ...
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No. No university will want you EVER. Every Job you apply for will shut the door in your face and blacklist you. Your family will disown you and the sea floor will fracture, releasing Cthulhu to reclaim the sad sorry earth that you desecrated with your choice.

Of course it's fine, ya dingus. That seems like a well thought out combo. Looking to go into software development, by any chance? A decent grasp of business will help you along.
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(Original post by rak1)
Hello I have combinations of physics,maths and computer science in As Level,but now I want to change my subject Physics to business studies.
is it okay to have combinations of computer,maths and business?
You can have a combination of Home Economics, Physics and PE if you wanted to. It's a matter of timetabling and as mentioned above, you'll need to speak to your school about this.
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[QUOTE=vicvic38;79261676]No. No university will want you EVER. Every Job you apply for will shut the door in your face and blacklist you. Your family will disown you and the sea floor will fracture, releasing Cthulhu to reclaim the sad sorry earth that you desecrated with your choice.

Of course it's fine, ya dingus. That seems like a well thought out combo. Looking to go into software development, by any chance? A decent grasp of business will help you along.[/QUOTE

but many people are saying physics is essential for computer science engineering
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You can have a combination of Home Economics, Physics and PE if you wanted to. It's a matter of timetabling and as mentioned above, you'll need to speak to your school about this.

Could i have ict,maths and business
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Could i have ict,maths and business
Like I said, you need to speak to your school and see if their timetabling allows for it.
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Hello I have combinations of physics,maths and computer science in As Level,but now I want to change my subject Physics to business studies.
is it okay to have combinations of computer,maths and business?
as well as talking to the school about the logistics of changing, also take some time to look at uni courses you may be interested in and make sure it's suitable. but that combo sounds perfect
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as well as talking to the school about the logistics of changing, also take some time to look at uni courses you may be interested in and make sure it's suitable. but that combo sounds perfect
THanks for the help
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If you already have an idea about what uni degree you might want to do, why not take a look at a few different ones and their entry requirements to give you a steer.

Cheers,

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