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    sounds like a dumb question lol, but if maths is required in the uni course does it mean that there is going to be a lot of maths in the course, or are they just trying to see that youre smart
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    probably both, it is more bc maths is in the course
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    (Original post by Yipyipee)
    probably both, it is more bc maths is in the course
    so would business and management that has maths required have lots of maths?
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    (Original post by xnotapplicablex)
    so would business and management that has maths required have lots of maths?

    That course will require basic maths like adding, subtracting, percentages, but you are likely to have a statistics module which is perhaps why maths is required.
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    It means that you need to know the material covered in A-level, as you'll be covering those topics further and learning others that requires the basic knowledge of A-level (e.g. if you've covered simple derivatives in A-level, then at uni you'll probably cover it in higher dimensions).
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    You'll almost certainly be able to find a list of the modules and their content online.

    For a business course you're probably looking at being able to read accounts and calculating ratios from them, and some aspects of financial and management accounting (which is pretty straight-forward and easier than it sounds).
 
 
 
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