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    Hi guys,
    So basically at my school, if you pick further you do all of A-level maths in y12 and all of further maths in y13. If I have completed A-level maths in y12 can I still have it as part of my offer when I apply? I know i can put it on my UCAS form, but my teacher seems to think that it can't be part of the offer and insted I'll get a reduced offer from the uni based on the other A-levels I'm taking, considering I'd already have A-level maths. Is this correct?
    I apologised if this question has already been asked and answered (I presume a lot of people are in my situation) but I'm new to the site and other than using the search function and not finding anything I didn't know what to do.

    How each uni treats it will vary. Some might consider it one of your three A levels and give you an offer based on just two other subjects, though when you're doing further maths some unis make offers based on all four subjects. If you've already done the complete maths A level then it's probably not going to be part of the offer because there's no point having a condition which you've met before you even applied, but they're not just going to ignore the fact that you've done it :nah:

    Short answer: It won't be a problem at all
    • Thread Starter

    Ahh thanks, was getting worried there. Yeah Well I think i'm gonna drop further at the end of this year and focus on my other 3 A-levels, so as long as the unis still recognise I did maths its all good
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