In about a month, I'll be graduating from high school. I got accepted into university but not as a science student. The reason why I didn't get accepted as a science student is because I didn't take pre-calculus in high school. There is a loophole at my university though, I could change to a science student after one year, so I'm not that worried about that.
What I am worried is about the money. I'm absolutely terrible with math, I can't do simple foundations, let alone calculus. I'm scared that even if I do go in as a science student, I won't be able to make it.
So here's the question.
I taught myself everything I know about programming. I know how to develop websites full stack (both with node.js and python), I use mongodb as a database & react for the front-end. I put all my projects on GitHub, and I have quite a few repositories. Let alone, they're not big, but at least something is better than nothing to show. I feel pretty comfortable with what I'm doing, and I'm trying to step out of my comfort zone so I could improve on myself.
I'm planning on paying for a few coding bootcamps so I could put them on my resume, and show my employers that I know what I'm doing.
Do you guys think I would be able to get a job without a CS degree, and only have bootcamps on my resume? (as source for education)
I'm not looking for senior developer that pays 120k/year. Just something that pays for what its worth while I still go to university.
Money has always been tight in my family, and I don't want to take the big leap without some sort of safe plan.
Sorry for the long post, if somebody could give me some advice, I would really appreciate it.