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Hiya, I plan to take an Access course and then also self study A Level Maths, with the hope of going to a good uni for Economics/Finance. The unis I'm currently looking at are Cambridge, LSE, Nottingham, Newcastle and Exeter. Firstly, would getting top results in my Access course and an A* in my A level get me into these unis? And secondly, how hard would this be/ how would I go about self studying?

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What prior Maths results do you have, e.g. GCSE Maths grade? A* by self study is likely to be hard wok if you don't already have a good GCSE grade

LSE looks at your GCSE results too https://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/U.../BSc-Economics
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What prior Maths results do you have, e.g. GCSE Maths grade? A* by self study is likely to be hard wok if you don't already have a good GCSE grade

LSE looks at your GCSE results too https://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/U.../BSc-Economics
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Hiya! My results are 8 in maths, 7's in bio, chem and french, and 6's in eng lit, lang, physics, history and RE. Thanks!
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