BroadScarf
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Hello, I am a Year 12 student and I am in need of some advice. I am currently doing biology, geography, physics and an EPQ. However I am debating taking computer science and dropping physics (maybe biology or geography but probably physics). Do any A-Level students (or anyone really) have any advice on which combination would be best or think would be good.*I’m not too sure what to do at uni but I do want to do something that combines at least two of my a levels
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I do comp sci and so far its pretty decent, though at the start, it builds upon gcse comp sci. If you pursue it at uni, there are plenty of occupations you can go into (and it can compliment your other subjects). If you are staying in physics, then maybe you would benefit from a level maths? There is a strand of maths dedicated to how things move (mechanics if you are interested). If it helps to know what I do, then here are my subjects: maths, further maths, law and comp sci.
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take subjects you enjoy. if you're not enjoying any of the subjects you're doing right now, perhaps drop one of them for compsci.
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