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    for some reasons,my college cannot provide A2 Futhermaths to me.Does universities accept qualifications with 2 full A level and 2AS?(known as 2A2 and 4AS)which make up totally 18 units alltogether.

    2 A2s ad 4 AS Levels? - From what you've said I think you would be doing 2 A2s and 2 AS Levels. Most universities, as far as I am aware, make offers based on 3 A2s, although some might also consider 2 A2s and 3 AS Levels (e.g. KCL does in certain subjects).
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    If you really want to do A2 further maths, you could do it indepdently or do it at another college or school.

    Some uni's accept 2 AS levels to be combined into 1 A-level. Therefore, you would have 3 A-levels (i.e your 2 A2's and your 2 AS's combined together), which would be good for universities. I know some universties that want only 2 A-levels though and maybe a few AS's. I saw uni's that don't mind how many A-levels you take, as it's in tariff points. It depends which universities you want to apply to.
 
 
 
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