I was considering Glasgow as my firm choice as I really like the sound of it and for Maths Bsc the typical offer is ABB, not mentioning further Maths, which I take, which is also likely to increase my chances of getting in.
However does anyone know why the course is 4 years long? Is it to do with the Scottish Education system? Fast route version which is only three years requires three A's so wouldn't be a good insurance choice.
Is an extra year a disadvantage worth taking having a very good ABB reserve or is it beyond consideration?
There are no other ABB universities I want to go to, but in balance would it be better applying to an AAB university who have a good chance of accepting ABB, seeing as I save a year?
...for the 2nd time this year