I need some advice.
Firstly, I do have further maths to AS and will have the full A2 next year when I start year 13. However, I don't have an AS in physics so can't get the full A2, should I do a AS in physics this year? or don't they care?
I will be studying three subjects next year, and have study five this year. However, only three will be a A grade, Biology might be an A or could be a A and History could be a C. However, Psychology, mathematics and further mathematics will be an A.
If I get an A in biology should I carry this on to have four A2's. and plus add Physics to get four A2's and five AS's?
I look at mechanics stuff because I'm not doing statistics next year. Mechanics is easy.
Also, how do you prepare for the admission test? Should I just do the past papers. The past papers are weird, you need more then AS mathematics, for example D1.
I went to an Oxford open day and I got naff advice from the mathematics admission tutor, I asked how to prepare and he just said make sure you know all the AS material and practice past papers. I know C1 and C2 and I pretty sure linear programming is not in it, nor the crazy things with logs or the question involving vectors.
Also, since the admission test is multiple choice, can you just deduce the other anwsers are false.
P.S. Atleast I can get away with only doing STEP 1.