I want to do maths at Cambridge.
I'm in AS year taking double maths and physics and English Lit (did well at GCSE), and I'm attending super-curricular maths classes and going out of my way to view maths videos and podcasts, reading any maths-y books my library has got. I love the subject, and do well in it, I'm so far predicted an A (we don't predict A*s). Physics i'm predicted an A but working at a D, but this holiday i am bringing it up to at least a C. English is a solid A. I'm starting an EPQ in maths too to get me as much super-curricular as possible.
Do you think that if i work hard at Physics to get at least an A, get A*s in the maths, that I can get in?
I got 8 A*s & 2 As at GCSE so i have a good track record at least, as they look at that too.
What do you think?