I study a-levels in maths, chemistry, biology and english lit and I am interested in a combined degree in mathematics and economics. I am interested in St Andrews, Leeds, York, Edinburgh but I'm don't think my a-level combination is acceptable as I don't do further maths or economics. Does anyone know if I would stand a chance with my current combination of A-levels?
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A-Levels for Economics and Mathematics Watch
- Thread Starter
- 13-04-2013 21:50
- 14-04-2013 13:59
Further Maths is considered helpful, but it's not a requirement. This is the same for Economics. I'd say you have a good chance and should go for it
- 14-04-2013 14:48
Your a level subjects are very good, you'll be fine!