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Hi

I was thinking of doing maths, physics and computer science at A-level to go on to do CS at uni, but I’m not sure how much I’d like a cs related career. Then I thought I wanted to go into aerospace engineering are these a levels suitable for those or what else could I go on to do?

Do these a levels work well together?

The careers adviser at my school is garbage
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Can't go wrong with those a-levels my dude, keeps pretty much every door open for you
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I’m not a careers expert but I think that is a good combination. For aerospace I think you need just maths and physics, and for cs maths and computing but I’d check uni prospectuses for the courses you want to do to make sure you meet the subject requirements. 😊
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yeah, that combo seems fine to me
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(Original post by _.angelica._)
I’m not a careers expert but I think that is a good combination. For aerospace I think you need just maths and physics, and for cs maths and computing but I’d check uni prospectuses for the courses you want to do to make sure you meet the subject requirements. 😊
I agree.
Check the unis requirements just to be sure.
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(Original post by _.angelica._)
I’m not a careers expert but I think that is a good combination. For aerospace I think you need just maths and physics, and for cs maths and computing but I’d check uni prospectuses for the courses you want to do to make sure you meet the subject requirements. 😊

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I agree.
Check the unis requirements just to be sure.

I definitely agree. Always go to the source - the water is more refreshing!
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I was in the same situation as you when I was deciding my A-levels and ended up doing the same as you. There are so many courses you could go into with that combination of subjects.

In regards to engineering, I have applied for aerospace engineering courses and will hopefully be studying it at uni this year.

All the best to you!
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Hi

I was thinking of doing maths, physics and computer science at A-level to go on to do CS at uni, but I’m not sure how much I’d like a cs related career. Then I thought I wanted to go into aerospace engineering are these a levels suitable for those or what else could I go on to do?

Do these a levels work well together?

The careers adviser at my school is garbage
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Ok so I know a bunch of people who chose that combination, and they're all going to study maths, astrophysics, engineering, computer science, basically anything science related. Just make sure you really REALLY want to pursue sciences as there's (probably) no option for you to change to a humanities subject at uni.
As long as you LOVE maths and you get very good grades in those subjects, you will be fine and have a LOT of options in any science-related field.
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