I am an EU student and have been rejected by my first- choice uni. However, I have contacted UCAS and they told me that the uni can reconsider their decision if I provide them with additional qualification. So my question is whether it is possible to do A levels in Maths and be accepted by the uni.
What are the chances that this works out?
Does anyone have any idea?
Have the uni explicitly stated that you’ve been rejected because you’re not doing A level maths? Was that stipulated on their requirements?
Realistically, taking up a whole new A level at this point in the year, plus achieve a good grade, while still doing your current qualifications, is going to be extremely difficult. Presumably you have applied to other universities so I would just say go for one of those if they appeal to you, or if you’re really keen to go for Glasgow then take a gap year, study the required subjects and apply next year.