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Maths and Economics Degree without Economics A-Level

Hi, I have a question on how easy it would be for me to be able to get admitted into a Maths and Economics course at uni without doing an Economics A-Level. Current A-Levels which I have chosen are A-Level Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry.Reasons for me not doing Economics A-Level is because of top unis dont require it(only Maths A-Level) aswell as Economics at Uni is mainly Maths based, whereas Economics A-Level is more essay based.In the future I would want to pursue a career in Investment Banking and then in a Hedge Fund.WIll me not doing A-Level Economics hinder my chances into getting into a top uni for an economics maths course?
Reply 1
no it's fine.. if they wanted econ they'd say in the entry requirements. i dont do econ and have offers for ppe at oxford, lse, ucl, edinburgh so far :smile:
Reply 2
Original post by jamsparkle
no it's fine.. if they wanted econ they'd say in the entry requirements. i dont do econ and have offers for ppe at oxford, lse, ucl, edinburgh so far :smile:
what a-levels do you do?
Reply 3
Original post by V_Jat
what a-levels do you do?
maths, chem, spanish, history, fm
Reply 4
You need Maths for Economics, not an A level in Economics.

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