So, it was AS results day today and I'm both excited and disappointed. I got ABD, with the A in English Literature, the B in Maths, and the D in reformed OCR physics A.
My college sent out a letter saying that the physics grade this year will not count towards our final grade and will not be put on the UCAS application. In this case, I have grades AB.
I am taking Maths, Computer Science, and Physics A levels, and I intend to drop English Lit and pick up Further Maths AS. Therefore I will have Maths, Computer Science, and Physics A level, and English and Further Maths AS level.
I want to apply to university to do a degree in mathematics. I was originally planning on applying to Oxford but I think now that I will not. The universities I am now applying for are Loughborough (AAA), York (AAB), Exeter (AAB), Reading (AAB), and Lincoln (BBB). As you can imagine, there needs to be an A in Maths.
I got: C1 - 75 UMS, C2 - 74 UMS, M1 - 75 UMS.
In English I got 0090/0120 UMS.
Would it be worth for me to resit some of my maths modules? Perhaps Core 1 and Core 2 to bring it up a lot so I can get the A in maths guaranteed?
In addition, do you think that my grades I got this year + my predicted grades (A in Physics, A in Computer Science) will give me any offers from the universities I'm applying to?
Any advice would be great.
From GCSE to A level, it's all changing