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What are my chances of getting into either Cambridge, UCL or Warwick for economics without having further maths at AS or A-level?

Even if I have 3A*s and an A?
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I think you would still have a good chance as further maths at some universities isn't counted as an a level, it is counted as an AS level. My friend's sister applied to study at economics LSE with 3 a levels in maths, chemistry and further maths and she got rejected because they told her further maths doesn't count as a whole a level so she technically only has 2.
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(Original post by anon96833)
What are my chances of getting into either Cambridge, UCL or Warwick for economics without having further maths at AS or A-level?

Even if I have 3A*s and an A?
Have quickly checked the entry requirements and none are showing Further Maths as a requirement so you should have a good chance. If universities require or prefer Further Maths they say so
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