Do I need to do further maths at A - Level?Watch
I do physics, maths and FM (+econ). Physics is really hard for me in terms of understanding what is actually going on. The maths in physics though is somewhat pathetic compared to that of A2 maths...
OK, last question. Have people gotten into the top Unis for computer science with Maths Physics and Computer Science, because I fear that external Further Maths will overwhelm me.
I didn't do compsci but I did 4 A levels which were Maths, F Maths, Chemistry and Physics.
I want to do computer science at uni and beyond. For my A - Levels I have chosen Maths, Further Maths and Computer Science to study. I feel that having physics instead of further maths would help with options available to me. I did very well in all 3, so I'm not sure what to do. I know that Physics is notoriously hard, but if it's worth it then why not?
I'm talking from personal experience, I took Maths, FM, Physics for alevels. I did C1-c4, m1-3, fp1&2, d1&2, s1. from this + some summer python programming i learnt during the summer before uni, it helped me secure internship in google first 3 months of uni , and I wasnt event doing computer science - I took aerospace. but the content in decision maths made me look like a genius in the interviews