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I got a conditional offer of A*AA for Bsc economics and industrial organisation in University of Warwick, If i Get a A*A*B, will there be a chance of getting accepted or they will very strict about this?
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(Original post by nishupreathi)
I got a conditional offer of A*AA for Bsc economics and industrial organisation in University of Warwick, If i Get a A*A*B, will there be a chance of getting accepted or they will very strict about this?
its possible,depends what all the other applicants get.
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I got an offer of A*AA for PPE at warwick and got in on AAA plus A* epq

this was last year and the course had 1440 applicants for 180 places so it's more than possible, don't stress it

as long as you don't get the B in maths
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(Original post by HoldThisL)
I got an offer of A*AA for PPE at warwick and got in on AAA plus A* epq

this was last year and the course had 1440 applicants for 180 places so it's more than possible, don't stress it

as long as you don't get the B in maths
my only worry is math, i am expecting a B in math, would they reject if i get a B in math and A* in economics and A* in Business
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my only worry is math, i am expecting a B in math, would they reject if i get a B in math and A* in economics and A* in Business
yes probably; econ and indust/org students have to study mathematics and statistics B (which is the harder route) as well as econometrics 1 (in the second year) which is very intense statistics

if you can't get an A in maths, you'll probably find it hard
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Thank you so much, ill try my best to make it up
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yes probably; econ and indust/org students have to study mathematics and statistics B (which is the harder route) as well as econometrics 1 (in the second year) which is very intense statistics

if you can't get an A in maths, you'll probably find it hard
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Thank you so much, ill try my best to make it up
the thing about maths is just practice; past papers will get you the A you need and that same work ethic will get you through quantitative economics at uni
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thank you so much for the time and reply😀😀
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the thing about maths is just practice; past papers will get you the A you need and that same work ethic will get you through quantitative economics at uni
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Same question I'm wondering...
I'm an offer holder for BSc Accounting and Finance.
I have an IB 38 point conditional offer with Maths HL Level 5 requirement. I didn't do particularly well in the maths exams (did them all now), and using how many points I think I got for each test, I could be on the verge between a level 4 and 5.
It is mildly concerning to be already potentially failing their requirements...
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another small doubt which i have is how many seats are actually available for a course like Bsc economics and for how many people do they actualy offer conditional offers?
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the thing about maths is just practice; past papers will get you the A you need and that same work ethic will get you through quantitative economics at uni
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(Original post by nishupreathi)
another small doubt which i have is how many seats are actually available for a course like Bsc economics and for how many people do they actualy offer conditional offers?
there will be quite a lot of offers for a couple of hundred places
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My friend had an AAA offer for law and got A*AB and they didn't let her in.
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I’m scared that I won’t be able to make the cut as well. I need A*A for bsc economics. Any advice on A* for economics politics or further maths anyone..........
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I had to be honest with you, but try not to let it stress you. You just need to focus on doing the best you can to maximise your chances, you can stress about eventualities after the exams.
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I’m scared that I won’t be able to make the cut as well. I need A*A for bsc economics. Any advice on A* for economics politics or further maths anyone..........
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thank you, I encouraged myself to do the same thing as you said but still nervous as hell
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I had to be honest with you, but try not to let it stress you. You just need to focus on doing the best you can to maximise your chances, you can stress about eventualities after the exams.
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Meditating and deep breathing can be good to slow down any anxious feelings you have
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thank you, I encouraged myself to do the same thing as you said but still nervous as hell
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