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I am currently in year 11 doing GCSE's, and want to do theoretical physics eventually. I am picking A-Levels, and have currently got Maths, further maths, physics, and computer science, but was considering changing computer science to chemistry. I am wondering what will be more useful, getting into a university. Thanks for any help you can provide!
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Universities will only look at 3 subjects, they don't care about a fourth one (at least that's what they say), so choose what you like and enjoy.
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