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Hey guys, I'm about to start the IB and I just wanted to ask if I've made good subject choices. I'm planning to study Computer Science in the UK. My choices are: 

Computer Science HL

Maths HL

Business Management HL

Spanish Initio 

Greek Language SL

Physics SL 

 

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Your subject choices are good. If you are wishing to take computer science, You can push down Business managment to SL and chuck out Physics SL and also bring ITGS HL which will enhance your use of Computer Science into the global society and also you can try to do a lot of computer science programming and you can also involve you CAS into Computer science

All the best with your IBDP

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Those subject choices look good. Just be aware that you will probably have to take some sort of test (TOEFL or equivalent) to prove your English proficiency if you don't take English A. (Also I actually recommend keeping Physics, as ITGS will not be a requirement for any courses, and physics is generally considered a "solid" subject)

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11 hours ago, Zephyr said:

Those subject choices look good. Just be aware that you will probably have to take some sort of test (TOEFL or equivalent) to prove your English proficiency if you don't take English A. (Also I actually recommend keeping Physics, as ITGS will not be a requirement for any courses, and physics is generally considered a "solid" subject)

But he is actually wishing to take a COURSE based on Computer science if you have ITGS and computer science it will be a mover advantage for him. ITGS is easy to score but whereas physics is hard even if it is sl.

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I’m thinking of changing Physics SL to ESS SL in order to get a higher score. Is that right?

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