Hi, so I've got a B in maths at GSCE and I know I shouldn't take it at A levels if I want to get only good grades but my question is would I be disavantaged compared to other students who have taken maths at A levels when aplying to uni even though I'll be applying for law, psychology and business ? I'm planning to take English Litterature, French, Biology and Spanish at A levels. Is that combination good ? I got A* in English Lit, B in maths, B in history, B in geography, A* in French, A in Spanish and A in biology, C in physics, C in chemistry at GCSE. Thanks
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- Thread Starter
- 15-11-2013 03:21
- 15-11-2013 10:28
No. Take subjects you'll do well in and enjoy. You won't be disadvantaged (unless you were applying for obvious maths related stuff) providing you have other strong subjects, which you do.