Ill be reading Government and Economics this year and as a result I was looking at the various course options available. Since most people (including me) apply to universities just a few weeks into yr 13 (or upper 6th) your chosen course probably reflects that which you enjoyed (or indeed didnt enjoy) studying at AS. However, i only really started to enjoy maths at A2 and I also took further maths AS (I attained an A grade above 90% in both). Further, I also took the Maths AEA at which I got a distinction. So having taken a look at the courses, I saw that gov an ec students must take MA107 (quantitative methods), however having looked at the syllabus for MA100 (mathematical methods) I found the subject content far more interesting and stretching and so Id prefer to take MA100, does anyone know whether the tutors would allow this?
soz for the long post and that.