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    I'm in Year 12 and am currently studying Maths, Further Maths, History and English at A Level, and was unsure whether it would be possible to study Economics at Cambridge given that I'm not studying it at A level. On the website it says that Economics A level is 'desirable' but I'm not sure if in practice that means essential. Do I have a realistic chance of getting in given that I'm doing Maths and FM? (I got 11 A*s at GCSE and am hoping for high A/AS level results)
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    Yes. You only need mathematics.
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    You shoul have one economics. You are smart. I do efconomics and also got 11a*s we have not covered that much, so you can still change. What makes you want to study economics
 
 
 
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