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    HI, I am a student in the UK studying Maths (AS), Economics (AS), Engineering (Btec Subsidary), IT (Btec Subsidary).

    I have finished studying for the AS Maths and Economics and have the Btec's left to complete. I have nearly finished IT and I could finish Engineering by the deadline in July if I put in the work.

    A few highly ranked universities have said that they would be happy to give me an offer on the 2 Btec's and a good Maths AS grade, and A2 predicted grade, although I was thinking to do AS and A2 Physics next year alongside Maths (A2) and Economics (A2). I would like to do the physics because some people say I wont be prepared for an engineering degree without A2 physics, and in case I wanted to go into clearing, I would have a broader range of subjects.

    Should I just focus on my Maths (as I heard A2 Maths is hard and required a lot of focus) and just do AS Economics alongside it?
    Should I do on my Maths an Economics A2?
    Or should I do AS and A2 physics alongside Maths and Economics, all at A2?

    Sorry for the long, weird explanation, but all answers are appreciated.
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