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I'm studying Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry currently, and have been for a few weeks now, but i've been thinking for months that I might be better off doing computing instead of chemistry. Chemistry just seems (even in the first few weeks), like a LOT, and I feel that i'd have a better change at getting an A* in it than in chemistry. I got nines for all in the mocks, and in my GCSEs (if you can call that at all reliable). Would doing chemistry actually give me a better change at getting into a good uni for something like physics, engineering or CS?Thanks for all of your help!
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Sorry what’s CS ? Computer Science?
Definitely drop the Chem unless you want to study medicine or dentistry etc.
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(Original post by Rupertbrownbear)
Sorry what’s CS ? Computer Science?
Definitely drop the Chem unless you want to study medicine or dentistry etc.
Yeah, Computer Science. I've just been told that unis will look upon people with chemistry with 'rose tinted spectacles' if they're not even going to study medicine (which I don't really want too). There seem to be so many contrasting opinions, i never know what will help/hurt my application..

Thanks for your help, by the way
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