Depending on individual circumstances, some Colleges*may make an A Level applicant an offer which will be met if they achieve either A star A star with at least grade 1 in both of STEP papers 2*and 3*OR A star, A star and A star grades in A-Levels with at least grade 1 in either STEP paper 2*or 3*(both papers to be taken).
Applicants to the Mathematics course who take A Level Mathematics in Year 12, and A Level Further Mathematics and one other A Level subject in Year 13 will not usually need to take another A Level in Year 13.1
Such students may be required to achieve A star in the two subjects taken in Year 13 (even if they achieve A star in Mathematics), and should be enhancing their subject knowledge through wider engagement beyond their A Levels. Contact a College admissions office for further advice.
1 Students should consider potential implications this may have for their other university options.