So I’m currently taking maths, chemistry, history and French at as level and I’ve been looking at university courses. Initially, I thought I might do pep, but I’m not that keen on the politics element and would much prefer a more philosophical course. I came across mathematics and philosophy, which looks amazing and I would love to take this course. But, unfortunately i didn’t take further maths so the likelihood of me being able to do this at a prestigious university is very small (since most other students applying will have taken further maths).
This leads me onto my main query: should I redo my alevels after as but with different subjects? And would this affect how universities view my achievement? For the redoing I would likely take maths, further maths, religious studies and history (so keeping two subjects). There are other courses like philosophy and modern languages and philosophy (alone) which I have considered. But I have my mind set on mathematics and philosophy.
Please give me some advice, as it would greatly appreciated.
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