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So ; I'm thinking of taking Physics, English and economics for a level but my school offers 'Core maths' which is basically as-level math. Would it be possible for me to get into a good uni (for finance / economics) with those A-levels with mostly A grades? I got a 6 in gcse maths.
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yes, just not one that requires A level maths
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Each Econ / Finance course is different and has different requirements - check on each course page to see if they want an A level or just a high GCSE/AS level.

General advice about Applying for Economics : https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/Economics_Degree
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Well depending on what uni you want to apply for for a finance course they expect you to do a level maths. I was like you and thought I could do core maths but again depending on where you apply core maths doesn't count.

Also it isn't too much like as level maths it's more similar to GCSE maths is what my friend told and showed me tho theres some stats stuff that are also in as level maths.
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