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    I'm currently half a term into A-levels doing maths, physics, economics and french but I want to get the best shot at an economics course at a top uni like LSE, UCL or Oxbridge.

    ATM I'm having a crisis because it seems almost necessary to do further maths at A-Level to have a reasonable shot. So I was wondering if I should drop french for further maths or maybe even physics???

    My teacher said today that I'd have been fine in FM and I got a 9 at gcse but I'd like advice off anyone with relevant experience if available?

    I wouldn't drop physics instead of French unless your some French wiz. They don't say you have to have f maths to get into UCL as not every school offers it. I'm doing AS fm for the understanding and not sure about the full yet. If you're good at maths I'd do it over French any day, it'll be more useful if you don't intend to go and work in france! 😂
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