I am currently going into year 13 and am doing biology, chemistry and geography. I never really thought about being able to go into the financial sector and so, didn't choose maths A-Level. Now, I am really interested in a career in investment banking. Can you please let me know which options you think are good for me:
1. achieve AAA in my a levels and take a gap year, to do fast track a level maths. Then, I can apply to an economics degree at a target uni, such as LSE or Warwick.
2. apply to a chemistry degree at a target university, such as Warwick, and apply after graduating, without having done A-level maths.
I personally think doing a-level maths will be beneficial and make me stand out. please give your opinions, thank you
Go with option 2. As I said in your last thread, there is no specific degree required to become an Investment Banker. You just need to pass the interviews/assessments and to achieve a 2:1 to get into graduate schemes.