Riceee
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I take Business, Economics, and Psychology at A-Level and an EPQ.

My GCSE maths grade is 7.

Do I stand a chance of getting in?
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Can you elaborate on that please? I thought if you didn’t have A-level maths under your belt, you could get away with the gcse grade..
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But if you don't have it then a GCSE grade 7 in maths would be enough?

"GCSE pass at grade A or 7, or above in Mathematics, or A-level at grade A or above in Mathematics (or equivalent)"
"Mathematics A-level or IB HL (or equivalent) is desirable but is not essential for this programme. However, if Mathematics is not taken as an A-level, applicants must have achieved at least an A grade (or 7) at GCSE (or equivalent)."

Am I just getting my hopes up...
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You can get it, just not for mathematics or economics courses. You can take things like politics, international relations, geography and history etc. Each course is different, just check what the entry requirements are.
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I think you will probably struggle if you didn't have it but I think they will teach you post gcse math modules. Also it lowers your chance of getting in if you don't have a level maths.
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