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mechanical or robotics engineering ??
for my a levels im choosing *Physics a level , Maths A level and i dont know the third one , i want to do computer science a level but havent learnt it in gcse , what should i pick for the third a level and would these get me to do engineering in university?
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You can do computer science A-level without having done the GCSE. However further maths may be of more help with engineering.
However maths and physics (+ one more) is all you need for either of those courses.
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You can do computer science A-level without having done the GCSE. However further maths may be of more help with engineering.
However maths and physics (+ one more) is all you need for either of those courses.
would i find computer science a level difficult ?
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would i find computer science a level difficult ?
Depends how much the course follows on from the GCSE. I think computer science A-level was introduced before the GCSE though.
I know only one person who took the A-level without having done the GCSE, and he got the only A* in that year so who knows. If you find it difficult it probably won't be because you didn't do GCSE.
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