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Hello, for my highers, I have gotten 6 As, and I'm now doing advance higher math's, physics and mathematics of mechanics. I'm aware that the majority of universities don't require higher computing or nat 5 computing to study computer science, however could not taking higher computing science set me at a competitive disadvantage? So would it really be worth taking it as a crash higher along with 3 advance highers.
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Most universities train you from the ground up how to program. personally i do software engineering at uni and with that its a bit more practical and less theoretical however in the first year you get taught all the basics starting with java. Personally i would say look into Software Engineering as it is seen as better in the job market then Computer Science
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do computer science ,computer science is more abstract and prepare you to more jobs like data science, software engineering, cyber security etc..If you want to be a coder or software engineer do computer science plus a bootcamp which teaches you front end and back end programming.
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