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    So I did Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Econs at AS level, and I got AABB (in that order).

    I'm planning to drop Econs, as I'm not as confident with it as my other subjects. However, my older siblings has advised to keep all 4 subjects, as unis consider Maths and Further Maths as a single subject.

    Is this true? If I were to just have Maths, Further Maths and Physics as my 3 A levels, would I be putting myself at a disadvantage for uni applications?
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    What course are you applying for? I know someone who did Maths at university and he had 3 subjects including Maths/FM.
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    What course are you applying for? I know someone who did Maths at university and he had 3 subjects including Maths/FM.
    Either computer science or maths (im leaning towards cs though)
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    (Original post by Haamoo7)
    So I did Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Econs at AS level, and I got AABB (in that order).

    I'm planning to drop Econs, as I'm not as confident with it as my other subjects. However, my older siblings has advised to keep all 4 subjects, as unis consider Maths and Further Maths as a single subject.

    Is this true? If I were to just have Maths, Further Maths and Physics as my 3 A levels, would I be putting myself at a disadvantage for uni applications?
    I don't actually know of any unis who treat maths and further maths as a single subject, even at the very top level (I applied for maths, maybe it's different for other subjects?)
    So if you're going into maths/engineering/physics - anything heavily maths based, don't worry about it.
 
 
 
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