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I left school in November 2020 after realising that I had no interest in the courses that I had chosen, and am going back to college in September.
Unfortunately, during the year I fell into a big depression and ended up not doing much for the the time off. I'd like to do computer science at uni and I'm debating between choosing a computing btec or doing computer science a level, sociology a level and math a level.

Whilst I was pretty good at math during gcse, I'm not sure if I'll be able to keep up at a level, especially after having time off.
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(Original post by Nate909)
I left school in November 2020 after realising that I had no interest in the courses that I had chosen, and am going back to college in September.
Unfortunately, during the year I fell into a big depression and ended up not doing much for the the time off. I'd like to do computer science at uni and I'm debating between choosing a computing btec or doing computer science a level, sociology a level and math a level.

Whilst I was pretty good at math during gcse, I'm not sure if I'll be able to keep up at a level, especially after having time off.
Get back up to speed using these: https://www.drfrostmaths.com/sow.php...eets&term=GCSE
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