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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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    (Original post by periperii)
    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.
    Maths and Physics is more relevant for Engineering than Maths and Economics.

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