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Taking Extra A-levels and Further Maths Modules watch

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    I have nearly finshed my A-level final exams and was wondering if it was worth taking extra A-levels next year and then go to university after any exams taken next year. I have applied to Manchester but am thinking of going to imperial or ucl to do Maths. Does anyone know how i can enter myself for any extra exams, could i do it under my current college so that the exam fees are less, or is it the same costs for external students?

    If you've got a teacher who thinks your capable of it, he will be able to persuade the Head of Deparment (assuming he isn't the HoD) and then you'll be able to do it.

    I think my teacher is allowing to do an additional module if we wish, I'll do it if it isn't Stats, if it is Stats I've had to think further about it.
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