Not necessarily. Some unis might prefer it if the time you'd spend on the extra A Levels was spent furthering knowledge/understanding of the subject you're applying to do the degree in.(Original post by speakerfone)
In addition, with the introduction of the IB offering more breadth, surely a candidate offering more A-Levels than the standard 3 should be at an advantage, all else being equal?
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