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    Has anyone done this course?
    I really like the sound of it but haven't done A level Maths. Would I struggle with it?
    How quantitative is the subject?

    Any help appreciated.
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    I'm in my first year. So far, not quantitative at all. The maths involved are just simple calculations, at most GCSE standards.
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    (Original post by makrxx)
    I'm in my first year. So far, not quantitative at all. The maths involved are just simple calculations, at most GCSE standards.
    Okay sounds good. GCSE was a breeze so hopefully will be ok?

    How are you finding the course and uni in general?
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    Hey there

    I am doing this course and I'm currently on my first year. There is a module called Quantitative Methods A for semester 1 if you haven't done the A level of maths which is basic mathematics, and compulsory module Quantitative Methods B for semester 2 which has more statistics than maths. I find the modules of the course so far pretty broad, with a certain amount of difficulty but overall they are interesting and very useful to know.
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    (Original post by Studentmy)
    Hey there

    I am doing this course and I'm currently on my first year. There is a module called Quantitative Methods A for semester 1 if you haven't done the A level of maths which is basic mathematics, and compulsory module Quantitative Methods B for semester 2 which has more statistics than maths. I find the modules of the course so far pretty broad, with a certain amount of difficulty but overall they are interesting and very useful to know.
    Sounds like i'll be good then. How you finding the course so far?
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    (Original post by Studentmy)
    Hey there

    I am doing this course and I'm currently on my first year. There is a module called Quantitative Methods A for semester 1 if you haven't done the A level of maths which is basic mathematics, and compulsory module Quantitative Methods B for semester 2 which has more statistics than maths. I find the modules of the course so far pretty broad, with a certain amount of difficulty but overall they are interesting and very useful to know.
    Do I need to gain 60% over the three years to gain exemptions or in first year?
 
 
 
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