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    I'm in my last year of college doing A levels in maths, chemistry and physics and hoping to come out with A*A*A. Earlier this year I applied to do a physics degree, but since then I've really gone off the subject. Now I'm looking at taking a year out and applying for a degree in classics - would I stand much chance at getting into someplace like oxford with my stem a levels? Any advice or personal experiences would be appreciated
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    You might be at a disadvantage without Latin but quite often this sort of degree doesn't have specific A-level subject requirements. Check the course pages.
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    You should have a reasonable chance of getting in if you can show that you are interested in the subject and that you have good reasons for choosing classics.
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