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    Can I study B.Sc in Maths with computers even if I had not taken computers in 11th and 12th grades?

    Can I do B.Sc in Maths With computers even if i had not taken computers in my 11th and 12th grades?
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    Re: Can I study B.Sc in Maths with computers even if I had not taken computers in 11th and 12th grades?

    You can do B.Sc in Maths with Computer science as the basic eligibility for this course is to complete 12th from a recognized board. You should have studied Physics, Chemistry, mathematics and English subjects in +2. Some institutes offer this course on the basis of marks obtained in 12th where as some others offer through entrance exam. You should visit the website of the university you want to apply for knowing the admission procedures. After B.Sc in Maths with Computer Science you can find many opportunities in software sector. You can also opt for MCA as a post graduation as this will increase your job opportunities. You will obtain better salary also after completing post graduation.




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    Re: Can I study B.Sc in Maths with computers even if I had not taken computers in 11th and 12th grades?

    You can do B.Sc in Maths with Computer science as the basic eligibility for this course is to complete 12th from a recognized board. You should have studied Physics, Chemistry, mathematics and English subjects in +2. Some institutes offer this course on the basis of marks obtained in 12th where as some others offer through entrance exam. You should visit the website of the university you want to apply for knowing the admission procedures. After B.Sc in Maths with Computer Science you can find many opportunities in software sector. You can also opt for MCA as a post graduation as this will increase your job opportunities. You will obtain better salary also after completing post graduation.

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