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    (Original post by h8skoooooool)
    I know universities don't say it's a requirement but you will have an advantage by doing it, so I'd really recommend doing the AS (plus it's not a massive step up from AS regular maths). Good luck for the exams this year
    (Original post by samb1234)
    It may not technically be a requirement, but in reality almost everyone else applying will have it (for the likes of oxbridge imperial etc) so if i were you i'd make sure you do some harder maths over the summer
    Yeah I'll do the AS next year if possible, thanks for the help

    I'm torn between Early Childhood Studies and Primary Education with QTS

    (Original post by 1secondsofvamps)
    I'm torn between Early Childhood Studies and Primary Education with QTS
    Childhood Studies.

    If you do a teaching degree and then, for whatever reason, don't go into teaching its pretty much a meaningless degree. With Childhood Studies you'd have a much wider range of potential career areas, and if you still wanted to do teaching you could do a PGCE after your degree.
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