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    Currently studying Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry with the aim to study maths at a top university?

    Is it too late to drop chemistry as an AS level. We don't take AS exams so it would be purely wasted work.

    Is there any way I can arrange to take the AS exam so I don't waste several months of hard work?

    Its not too late and theres no real point in doing it at all if you dont want to. Drop whenever you're comfortable
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    I also want to study maths at a top university when I finish my A-Levels. For which I chose:

    Sports Studies
    Further Maths

    I will be dropping business immediately so I can focus and put more effort into my maths and achieve my full potential. It is definitely not too late to drop!
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