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    My AS results were as follows:
    Maths (full A Level in one year) - 578/600 UMS - A*
    Physics - 297/300 UMS - A
    Chemistry - 278/300 UMS - A

    I will be doing further maths in the next year so I will finish school with four A Levels.

    I want to know which universities are the best for maths and physics. I would like to do a flexible degree that allows me to study both maths and physics further. Suggestions of which universities are best for this would be helpful.

    I would also love a few "outside the box" suggestions for degrees which I may find interesting and which universities to look at for these degrees. The areas of my subjects which I'd like to know more about are nuclear physics, astrophysics, lasers, mechanics and materials science. Should I look for a nuclear physics degree, for example, or should I do a physics degree in which I later have the opportunity to specialise in what I find interesting?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
 
 
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