Okay so I asked this question a couple of days ago but I don't think enough people understood the context.
A levels are now linear - meaning only maths, politics and DT do an exam as an AS this year - every other subject the exams are at the end of year 13. Many schools only offer students 3 a level choices now, many offer 4 but will change to three soon. My school next year only allows 3 a levels.
Okay, so currently I'm doing maths, biology, history and religious studies with the intent to study law or philosophy at Cambridge; for context sake, mainly law.
I just don't have any sort of love for maths to carry it on and try to do well.
Dropping AS maths - how badly would it effect cambridge application? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 09-01-2017 21:49
- 09-01-2017 22:00
Just drop it then
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- 09-01-2017 22:04
Check the Cambridge grade requirements. You might not need maths.
- 09-01-2017 23:47
Drop maths. The chances of you needing it for law are quite slim, check specific colleges at Cambridge though just incase. Some can be picky.