Hello. A bit off topic but I’ll leave it here for want of somewhere appropriate. Mods, feel free to move it somewhere better. I thought I’d ask here as it seems like the right sort of crowd.
My son is will soon have to choose his A-Levels (UK school exams you take from 16 to 18 - results decide where you can go in terms of higher education; you generally take 3 or 4). He has no idea about what he wants to do, but he’s good at maths so that’s one. Probably further maths too. He likes design, so that’s another. He’s not massively keen on science or coding but sees the value in both. So he’s trying to decided between Computer Science or Physics in terms of general applicability to whatever he decides on doing later. I tilt towards the former as it’s more practical as well as currently in demand but I see the other side too. Has anyone else been through this dilemma?