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hey guys i was really struggling with which A level to take. i am going to take maths, physics and further maths but have to decide one more. i look forward to aerospace, automotive engineering or architecture. i am dicey about whether to take design and technology, computer science or chemistry.
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hey guys i was really struggling with which A level to take. i am going to take maths, physics and further maths but have to decide one more. i look forward to aerospace, automotive engineering or architecture. i am dicey about whether to take design and technology, computer science or chemistry.
This may seem generic, but do whatever interests you most. I find I do consistently better in the subjects I am more interested in. Any of those options will be good for the career you have In mind, so it’s really up to which one would you enjoy the best.
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This may seem generic, but do whatever interests you most. I find I do consistently better in the subjects I am more interested in. Any of those options will be good for the career you have In mind, so it’s really up to which one would you enjoy the best.
i really like product design nd computing that is why it is more difficult to decide. i am really struggling to decide which one of these will be more faciitating..plss if you know someone who does these subjects plese let me know...i need urgent help.
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Apparently computing at a level is boring, computer science is about programming, look at the specification for those subjects and see which interests u, computer science or chemistry does fit with ur a levels, but DT may feel like a break from the mathsy subjects tho its hard work. depends on ur strengths and weaknesses academically
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I really need help......
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I really need help......
Hey! If you want to study any of the three subjects at University, having the Maths, Further Maths and Physics will definitely get you into any top-level university. If you decide you'd like to do Architecture, having the DT as well will be a huge benefit as it is a creative subject which they are looking for. It should also give you a nice breather from all the maths
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