Can i get into russel group uni??

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    Hi, Im thinking of studying Maths Business Economics at A level and would then want to progress onto an accounting and finace degree in a russel group uni. I was wondering if its possible to get into a russell group uni with AAB or ABB in these subjects.
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    AAB is the requirement for Kings College London (for most courses)
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    Yes definitely, some of the choices you have are:

    Liverpool
    Leeds
    Manchester
    Brimingham
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    (Original post by murat10q7)
    Hi, Im thinking of studying Maths Business Economics at A level and would then want to progress onto an accounting and finace degree in a russel group uni. I was wondering if its possible to get into a russell group uni with AAB or ABB in these subjects.
    You'll have to check on the websites of the unis you want to go to. I'd say business is probably not a good idea; these videos might be useful in helping you to decide:
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...iOr795z2YdseEi
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    Would an A in bussiness look better than a B in Further maths?
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    https://www.whatuni.com/degree-cours...-0c-0d-0e&rf=g

    should give you a list of likely Unis.

    PS. Advice about applying to a variety of Unis so that you actually get both a Firm and Insurance offer, here : http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/cont...ity-rejections
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    (Original post by murat10q7)
    Would an A in bussiness look better than a B in Further maths?
    No.
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    (Original post by Jasaron)
    No.
    So a B for fm would give me a better chance into getting to a good uni than an A Bussiness?
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    (Original post by murat10q7)
    So a B for fm would give me a better chance into getting to a good uni than an A Bussiness?
    Yes.
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    (Original post by murat10q7)
    So a B for fm would give me a better chance into getting to a good uni than an A Bussiness?
    Depends on the Uni but yes, generally Business Studies is considered a non-academic 'vocatioanl' subject - and for any Uni asking A grades, a Maths subject is more likely to be a definite requirement.
 
 
 
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