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I am an AS student studying maths, physics, computer and literature and will most probably study computer science in university. I was thinking about dropping computer science and only have maths, physics and literature. Is this a good decision. I am planning to do undergraduate in some European country such as Germany, Poland, etc. Will Maths, Physics and Literature be enough to get me into a computer science program?
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Idk the requirements are for Europeon unis but maths and physics will put you as a pretty good candidate, according to what uk unis here want to some extent.
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