Obviously, as it is one of the UK's leading universities for economics, it's reasonable to assume that the general academic standard of applicants is vey high at Warwick. So my question is this: 'Where would I stand, with A-level Maths, Further Maths, Economics and Business Studies (a poor selection, I know) in terms of my likely hood of receiving an offer, were I to apply?' Do Warwick care much about additional interests/achievements/qualifications such as (relevant) EPQ's? Would it be beneficial to my application to create an economics related website (I've taught myself to program, and I'm looking for an excuse to use it)? Do they care much about the passion shown for your chosen subject, in your personal statement?
And actually passed?