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    Hi, I am currently studying AS use of maths and was wondering how do universities see this course compared to pure maths? I am planning to study law LLB in the future.
    Any help would be appreciated as I cannot find any answer


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    its a soft subject.
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    (Original post by iamgreatness)
    its a soft subject.
    What do you mean it is a soft subject?


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    As above really, most universities aren't too keen on it compared to the full A-level Maths.

    However, as you're doing Law they may not care too much (they would if you were planning to do a science or similar) as long as you make up for it with 2-3 other strong essay subjects. I'm intrigued why you want to do it though - if you're doing Law it's not really relevant whatsoever to any future career you're looking at, so you might as well fill the slot with something more useful.
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    What are the UCAS points on this as I'm hearing that an A is only 20. And I didn't do the full A-Level maths as I didn't think I would do well in it.


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