im interested in doing a maths (finance) degree at uni and ive noticed a large majority of courses require an A level in further maths to take the course.
im already taking maths chemistry and physics and am predicted to get A*A*A
would it be worth staying in college for an extra year to do further maths (if that is even an option) or apply and go to a not as 'good' university?
would it be feasible to learn the a level while im still in y13?
also this is my first post on this site so i apologise if i've put it in the wrong section.
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- 06-10-2017 19:22