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    I'm currently doing maths, chemistry physics and biology and an epq and am in year 12, I really want to do a maths degree and I want to apply to either Cambridge or Warwick but I've heard they require you to do further maths at a level so I was considering studying it independently and paying to do the exam but I'm not sure how I would go about doing it, can anyone give me an insight on how much it would cost to do the further maths exams and how I would go about finding an exam centre to take the exam? Also I'd like to know if there's a deadline for when I can apply since I can't seem to find an answer, thank you in advance to anyone who answers
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    Have you asked anyone at your college about this such as the exams administrator ? They may be able to give you more insight to what you'll need to do as it may differ in some places.
 
 
 
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