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    I'm picking A-level choices right now and I wish to study Physics at Cambridge after two years. I am thinking of doing accelerated maths, Physics, Economics and German. The bit I want to ask about is whether accelerated maths would be enough. It's essentially a whole a-level maths plus just AS Further Maths. Although on the Cambridge website it says only AS Further Maths is needed, how much does that decrease my chance of getting into Cambridge vs someone who does the full Further Maths course?

    Doing all of Further Maths, especially mechanics and FP modules would be a great advantage for 1A NST.
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