Wrong A-Level courses for Uni problem?Watch
Hi, I'm a first year A-Level student and I'm thinking about doing an economics degree. However after looking on UCAS I've discovered that most courses require A-Level mathematics. The problem is I'm not taking that course. I'm doing Economics, Geography, Statistics and English Language. Its most likely to late too pick up another course now, so I'm not sure what to do, any ideas guys?
Usually, yes, but with maths it can be easier than other subjects. This could just be my bias, but if you're willing to put the effort in, then you should be okay with the maths, as most schools have only just started to finish C1, which is basically an extension of GCSE. What was your GCSE maths grade?