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    Hey guys, so I applied to Southampton uni to do maths and I got an offer! My offer is a D*D in engineering and an A in maths but I didn’t get a requirement for
    physics? I just want to know like what this actually means for my a level physics Like is it less important now? Is it less stress? If I don’t get my requirements will physics back me up? Anyone who can answer this stuff will be really appreciated 😂😂
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    It doesn't matter what you get in physics if you get D*DA, but if you don't get those grades (and enough people have missed their grade) but still manage to get an A/A* in Physics, the university may still let you in - bear in mind they don't have to.
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