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    I'm also currently in Year 12 and doing Maths, Economics and Further Maths (+German for AS).

    I'm thinking of going to Wawrick or Bath to do a joint Mathematics & Economics Degree!
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    (Original post by IAspireToSucceed)
    At GCSE I got 11 As and a C(in P.E.) at a top girls grammar school, will this hinder my chances of getting into one of the unis I mentioned? -Esp since I don't have ASs anymore, apart from my Maths and Further Maths
    I believe it shouldn't hinder your chances, your grades are great. I think they put more of the weighting on AS or predicted grades anyway as it shows your current standards of work. Most of the applicants won't have more ASs too since most subjects are being/have been made linear.

    Overall I think they take the quality of your personal statement, references, predicted grades and exam result averages into account the most, so as long as you make sure that these areas of your application are of top standards then you are very likely to be considered for a place ☺
 
 
 
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