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    Next year I am going to study Phsyics. I have replied to my UCAS choices and Bath is my insurance. However, if i went to Bath I have decided I would rather do Maths AND physics instead of just physics. How easy is it to change course if I end up going there? I don't particularly want to have to change half way through the first term i would rather do it from the start.

    Thanks in advance.
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    It should't be too difficult given that you're not really switching subjects you're just changing programmes; you'll still be within the same faculty. If you meet the entry requirements for the joint honours degree and if there are spaces at the very beginning then you should be fine.

    It shouldn't be a problem; you can try contacting the university now, and see if Bath will change your offer to maths and physics.
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