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    I am thinking of applying for maths or maths and stats.

    I enjoy pure maths aswell as stats so I wouldn't mind doing either course. I figured I might aswell apply for the one thats easier to get into. I also read that for the 1st two years both courses follow similar structures so it is possible to switch.

    Also is there a seperate stats interview for the maths & stats course?

    What do people think is easier to get an offer for?
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    Apply for the course that appeals to you he most same with the college. Play to your strengths (esp with the MAT) and passions if course structure truly isn't an issue and you have the rift A level subjects make a decsiom that suits after more research.

    I have more specific Oxbridge advice but tbh if you are really committed to Oxford and truly love your subject easy admissions shouldn't be an issue.

    Edit: maths and stats seems very probability and analysis based does this appeal to you? As well as the 4 year MMath.
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    (Original post by JordanLloyd)
    Apply for the course that appeals to you he most same with the college. Play to your strengths (esp with the MAT) and passions if course structure truly isn't an issue and you have the rift A level subjects make a decsiom that suits after more research.

    I have more specific Oxbridge advice but tbh if you are really committed to Oxford and truly love your subject easy admissions shouldn't be an issue.
    Thanks for the advice, I'll stick to straight maths then.
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    Glad to have been a help I had similar trouble last year and found this to be the best solution. Good luck with your Oxford application
 
 
 
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