I’ve just finished my GCSEs and I am about to do my A Levels, after which I hope to do PPE at Oxford
On the Oxford website, it says that maths is not a required subject to study in order to apply, however it does say that many successful applicants have completed mathematics up to AS Level or A2.I sat my maths GCSE in November and achieved an A* and then went on to study for an Additional Mathematics qualification which I sat in the summer (and I am pretty confident that I have passed, hopefully gained a merit
As I don’t wish to continue doing mathematics at A Level (I’ve chosen French, German, History and Government & Politics), would my A* at GCSE and pass or merit in Additional Mathematics be sufficient to stand a chance against other applicants?
There’s always an opportunity to do an AS in Maths, although I don’t really want to do 5 AS levels and 4/5 A2s but it’s always a route to go down.
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