Economics at oxbridge without alevel economicsWatch
My school offers economics alevel but id didn’t choose it I only recently discovered that i would definitely love to do economics in uni however my sixth form does not allow us to change because we are a month in am i at a disadvantage? My ither alevels are further maths, maths, psychology
Your subjects are fine, A-level Economics is neither required nor preferred for entry to economics at either uni. Note that at Oxford economics is only offered as a joint honours course.
you should try convice them if econ at cambridge/ i think LSE is what you want to do
Regarding Cambridge, this isn't quite what it says. It says 'most offer holders are studying at least four'. That doesn't mean the OP can't apply with three, but you're right to point out that four A levels is 'typical'. Below is a snippet of an FOI regarding the average number of A levels each offer holder has at Cambridge for 2018-2020 (Columns left to right). For 2020, you can see that out of 86 offer holders (there are a few more, but these can be disregarded), about half were offering A*A*A*A*. A further quarter were offering A*A*A* - so the OP does have a realistic chance of being offered a place, even with three A levels, so long as he or she gets all A*s.
See above - three A levels, in the subjects you are doing, are fine for Cambridge. You need to concentrate on getting A*A*A* now.