Why does Churchill require an A* in further maths for physnatsci? Watch
They also specify an A* in physics or chemistry. Anyone who gets an A* in further maths will obviously get one in maths, so they are basically asking for three A*s, no? Doesn't this make it much harder to get into than other colleges for physnatsci?
Just apply to another college if you're concerned about meeting the requirement. Bear in mind though, other colleges can set offers above the minimum for individual applicants, and can specify A*s be in particular subjects. How often this happens, I'm not sure, but it has been commented on as a way some colleges use to discriminate among borderline applicants, to see which can "stretch" to achieve the high offer.