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    A bit of bureaucratic stuff for a change

    I'll be starting at Cambridge later this year, and my application form has just come through for my student finance arrangements (I hate these things). Would it be wise to put maths down as a 4 year course on the off chance that I end up doing part III?

    The only reason I ask is that I've heard stories of LEAs claiming the CASM's a postgraduate course etc when people have tried to get funding later. On the other hand, the BA is only a three year degree so I'd be bending the truth somewhat by calling it four.

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    Definitely four.
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    See this thread.
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    For the love of God put 4 years down, it can save a lot of hassle.
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    Thanks for the emphatic responses. 4 it is.
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    Do you need to apply for 4 years LEA funding if you plan to move after your BA/BSc to do an MSc or MA?
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    I don't think you can be funded for those, it's only the undecided status of CASM (is it postgrad or part 3 undergrad) that allows funding to be allocated me thinks...
 
 
 
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