Can I get into Chemical Engineering without further math in a top uni?

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I am a Year 12 student Studying A-Level Biology,Chemistry,Physics and Mathematics.
Assuming that I get A*A*A*A (my minimun target grade set by my school),how high are my chances to get into a very good Uni with people offering also further maths? My dream uni is imperial and their entry requirement doesnt state clearly that further maths is any better than biology...but can it be an unwritten rule that Further Maths is better than my A-Level Biology?

Which uni do you think is the best for chemical engineering in terms of job prospects which is accessible with my A-Levels?
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Didnt u post this already
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Yes.But I am not satisfied with the answers.
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Yes, lots of good universities don't need FM. I've know someone get an offer from Imperial with Maths, Physics, Chemistry and English Lit.

With the oil and gas industries making significant redundancies, some of the things that seemed certain 2 years ago no longer do.
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