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    Would Maths French And Economics with Spanish/Chemistry at AS get me into a good uni?


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    Depends what you define as "good"
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    Ie LSE imperial UCL Warwick etc


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    Further maths would be an advantage for a couple (I forget exactly which ones specifically mention it and cba to google for you), but maths is the key one really.
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    Ie LSE imperial UCL Warwick etc


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    Imperial don't do Economics..

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    Doing further maths would help and not doing two languages (perhaps choose the Chemistry instead). Your grades dictate where you go more than the subject choices in the end
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    If you want to do Economics at Imperial, you're in for a rough time...
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    (Original post by leinad2012)
    If you want to do Economics at Imperial, you're in for a rough time...
    haha i now realise that imperial doenst offer economics my mistake
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    (Original post by Don Joiner)
    haha i now realise that imperial doenst offer economics my mistake
    Fair enough, Maths, Economics, FM and pretty much any 4th subject is the preferred combo, although a science or essay based subject like History or a language are good 4th choice.

    That being said, Maths FM and Econ alone won't be enough for most top uni's, as FM isn't seen as a 3rd a-level on its' own as it doesn't give enough breadth of knowledge, so you would need to do a 4th A-Level or only do FM up to AS.

    Also, a language is a good choice, but most top uni's won't count it if it is your home tongue (i.e. if you're from France and do French A-Level, although I'm not too sure what the exact rules are, like if you're parents are French but you have lived in the UK all your life).


    Most uni's have the info on their websites
 
 
 
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