I think a variation of this question has been posted before, but I just wanted some other opinions.
Thinking of Bristol as a choice for 2014 entry, I really like the sound of the course. I know it's a BSc and that you can keep a balance between human/physical, but on the admissions pages it (quite scarily) says that:
"Good performances in science and mathematics subjects are particularly noted when assessing candidates. Those without sufficient analytical skills may be at a significant disadvantage, given the nature of the curriculum we follow."
I have an A at GCSE maths and A*s in GCSE triple science and that's it! My A-levels are now all arts/social sciences (geography, Japanese, English literature, psychology.)
Any experiences from all-arts A-level Bristol geography students now? Is it really a disadvantage and should I bother applying with no maths/science?
Half of the top 10 aren't even RG...