Hi, I am currently in year 12 and studying economics, psychology, computer science and film studies. I would like to carry on with all these subjects for A2 as well because currently I'm doing fairly well with four a levels (I'm around a B grade for all of them). I want to study Computing and Economics or Computing and Business at university. I want to go to a top 30 univeristy (I use the CUG league table) and out of the ones I've checked, most require a level maths for computing and even some for economics. I can apply to St Andrews just for Economics but from what I've read apparently it's really competitive and so I'll probably be disadvantaged because I haven't done a level maths. So now I'm wondering if it is possible to do a level maths in one year. I'll be applying to unis this winter so I don't know if there will be a point in doing a level maths because I found it really hard when I tried to do it in first few weeks of year 12 and I don't know if I could do it all in one year. Is it possible to do an a level in one year? Also if I did decide to do it then would I have to tell the unis that I'm applying to about the situation? Would I have to mention that I'm trying to do it all at once? Sorry if this is all confusing but right now I'm really confused and uncertain about what to do.
Is it too late to do A-level maths?
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