Swedish course requirements for Oxford

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Wondering about how strict the international course requirements are. I want to study mathematics and it says that you need an A in chemistry, physics and mathematics as well as at least 2 A:s in either chemistry 2, physics 2 or biology 2. I got a B in chemistry 1, but I’ve got A in everything else, including chemistry 2, further mathematics and further mathematics+. Does my B in chemistry 1 mean I can’t apply?
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See https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/grad...qualifications for International qualifications info.
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if you really have your heart set on oxford i would say it is definitely worth at least trying to apply. while your chances of getting an interview may be slightly diminished, it is also true that if you do well in the interview and exam you absolutely have a shot! with that being said, definitely have atleast one safe choice among your university applications as well. heres a video i found helpful if you need any more help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zNKCL9bhAY
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(Original post by wannagotooxford)
if you really have your heart set on oxford i would say it is definitely worth at least trying to apply. while your chances of getting an interview may be slightly diminished, it is also true that if you do well in the interview and exam you absolutely have a shot! with that being said, definitely have atleast one safe choice among your university applications as well. heres a video i found helpful if you need any more help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zNKCL9bhAY
Okay thanks!
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(Original post by Solen’ya)
Wondering about how strict the international course requirements are. I want to study mathematics and it says that you need an A in chemistry, physics and mathematics as well as at least 2 A:s in either chemistry 2, physics 2 or biology 2. I got a B in chemistry 1, but I’ve got A in everything else, including chemistry 2, further mathematics and further mathematics+. Does my B in chemistry 1 mean I can’t apply?
I'd suggest writing to the department:

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