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 20130514 23:15:26
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Currently I am planning to go to sixth form and do Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry at AS level then drop Chemistry in my second year and go on to do Maths, Further Maths and Physics at A level. Is it vital that I have a related subject as my fourth AS or can I pick something I would enjoy more, in this case Politics? If I take...



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 20130501 20:00:47
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I'm a AS student and I'm studying Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry. I want to go to Cambridge to do a Maths degree but I don't know how to make myself stand out, I don't really do any extra curricular so I was thinking about work experience but there isn't much to do maths based in Scarborough. Any suggestions?...



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 20130317 23:27:58
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Hi I have received offers from university of bath and kings college for maths and I am not sure which one to pick. I am a very sporty person so the bath applies to me and I think I would enjoy my time there more. However I'm not sure which is better with regards to career prospects and if kings is more respected? Also if I manage to get 3...




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 20130213 01:39:50
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Hi, I have chosen Maths, Chemistry, Biology and Physics for AS. Unfortunately, I was unable to choose Further Maths because I switched colleges and they had no spaces for FM by the time I joined. I am thinking in applying for either Computer Science or some sort of engineering course at Uni, and have realised that I'm most likely at some...



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 20130318 21:59:17
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Hey, I'm kind of new here, and just watned to ask if any of you know if Cambridge would put less stock in ISA results compared to Unit marks. From my January exams I got: Physics unit 1: 120/120 Maths C1: 100/100 Bio unit 1: 95/100 Economics unit 1: 86/100 (Got an overall of a good A in Crit Thinking A2, with one exam left) This gives me...



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 20130531 02:47:57
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I really want to study natural sciences (physical) at Cambridge, its the course I have been aiming towards since I started looking. I got 4 A's at AS in January and I am studying Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Biology (self taught) and Product Design(A2.) But this summer my Core 2 didn't go brilliantly (should still be an A though) and Fu...



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 20130612 08:18:49
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Hi, I want to maths at university. I'm taking maths, further maths, physics and chemistry for AS and plan on dropping chemistry for A2. I am predicted all As this year and think I should be able to get A*s in maths and further maths next year, possibly physics as well. I was wondering what university would be best for studying maths. I kn...




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 20130323 14:05:12
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My sister is currently in year 8 at the moment and doing well with maths. Her teachers have suggested, she could take her GCSE maths next year, so would have less to do in year 11.She also wants to study maths at alevel. She clearly will forget most or what she has learnt if she doesn't do any "real" maths for the next two years. We are...



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 20130508 16:34:13
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I'm currently a Y11 student, and I know it's very early to be thinking about it, but in one of my lessons today I was pondering, so if you take Maths, F Maths, Chemistry and Physics at AS, would it be 'expected' by top Uni's that you carried on with 4 A Levels as opposed to dropping one at AS and doing 3? Just wondering, as I understand t...



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 20130610 18:51:45
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Hi. I'm in Year 10 and my school is offering an options taster afternoon this July, which has got me thinking about Alevel options. I don't know what I want to do explicitly, but I do know I want to work in the Science/Finance industry, preferrably with a language under my belt. We get to try out 6 subjects with a reserve, but when it co...



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 20130522 15:12:40
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 20130607 19:32:16
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Hi, I just need some general advice about applying for Maths courses in a few months time, bearing in mind I am from a school with little guidance and a low turnover of university applicants. I am studying Maths, Further Maths, Biology and History at A level, although near enough selfteaching Further with a couple of sessions a week help...




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 20130311 23:43:27
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Hi fellow TSR members! As I've received decisions from all the universities that I've applied to, I have to decide on which university to firm and which to put as insurance. I'm most definitely firming Cambridge now. I've just received a conditional offer from Imperial for Physics with Theoretical Physics, whose requirements are A*AA (A*...



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 20130421 16:18:58
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I am predicted A* in GCSE Edexcel Maths, and I was wondering whether AS Further Maths is right for me. I will be doing normal maths to A2, and Further Maths to AS. However, people have said FM is very VERY hard. Can i still manage Further maths even if i'm doing it only to AS Level , or is still that hard? (Also, is it true that ASFM is...



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 20130321 19:12:14
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OK, so I’m brand new here, but I’m really stuck on what university to put as my insurance. My firm will be Cambridge, and my choice of insurance is between Warwick, Bristol, Durham (University College), and Bath. This is important, because to be honest I’m probably going to end up at my insurance. Warwick probably has the next best reputa...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130411 17:13:46
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I love maths and ive got a C grade in alevel maths and A in gcse maths. But i find other subjects boring, but i have a huge passion for maths. Isit worth getting a degree in maths at Kingston uni? I want to be a maths teacher, if i get a 2:1 or a 1st, can i still get a well paid job with a maths degree and become a secondary maths teacher...



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 20130409 19:51:04
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I'm thinking of doing Marketing at Newcastle. The course looks great, and I'm sure I'd enjoy it. I was wondering however how much of Marketing is maths/economics? The description mentions some will be involved but not how much. I'm not great at maths, I got a B at GCSE but really didn't enjoy it, so if it's very mathsbased I don't think...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130411 16:13:28
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I've been around here for a bit, and noticed some very stupid opinions being presented. Is it not clear to you that Oxford and Cambridge are superior to the other universities? I've seen rubbish like "Cambridge, Warwick, Oxford, Imperial" for Maths Or "Imperial, Cambridge, Oxford" for Engineering, or "Cambridge = LSE > Oxford" for Economi...




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 20130423 18:16:07
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im a year 12 hoping to apply for oxbridge for maths (i prefer cambridge as a uni but am considering oxford due to the absence of step exams) i am resitting 3 exams from january in june (C2 82/100) (Bio 68/90) (chem 78/100) other results were 95 and 96 in c1 and m1 it says one or two module resits are fine, although I think i may be pushin...



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 20130612 12:21:02
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Hopefully going to do a Physics degree starting at the end of this summer at UCL. I've done A level maths, and got a solid A, but I recognise that the maths gets allot harder at degree level and I haven't done A level further maths. Is it worth me trying to get ahead and learn some further maths, or does the university usually compensate...



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 20120902 01:20:18
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Hi guys, I am doing the modular system to gain my GCSE mathematics qualification and I was wondering what type of grade in maths I would need to get into a grammar sixth form. I am not looking to carry on maths as an ALevel but I am aware that your GCSE maths qualification is important for gaining access to good sixth forms and uni's. So...




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 20130611 22:20:18
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Hello there guys. I was itching myself this particular question all day and thought i might need different opinions. I have done my maths exam for GCSE and obtained a A*. However i am being urged by my teachers and parents, that I should take further maths at Alevel, which I am not sure of. Therefore I would like to know whether or not,...



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 20120831 22:28:16
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I got AABB in AS with an A in maths, no further maths They told me it's unlikely that they give offers to people without further maths, these bare the offers: With A2 FM: A*AA With AS FM: A*A*A + A in AS FM With No FM: AAA+ 2 in STEP Should I wish for the best and hope they give me an offer without FM or do AS atleast, or what I can do is...



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 20130611 20:47:44
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Hi, Looking to go to a top end uni to study law, hopefully cambridge, but was just wondering which a level combination would be more ideal... history pphilosophy english lit Classics economics or the above with maths replacing classics. Which would cambridge prefer (both combinations appeal to me greatly). Are there any common subject oth...




thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130411 19:28:34
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Hey people This thread is mainly referring to this question: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...3 #post42185013 I want to study Computer Science at university, however what worries me is how much maths will be in the course. I know that there is basic maths in programming as I have programming experience, and I have no problem with mat...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130503 05:04:31
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First of all, I apologize if this is in the wrong section, but I don't know where to post it. Harvard's admission rate is like 9% or something, and other top US schools aren't very far behind. When it comes to international rankings (and maybe prestige), Harvard and Cambridge are on about the same level. Cambridge doesn't release a total...



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 20130607 22:13:41
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Next year I'm definitely taking maths and physics at A2 but as a third subject I'm trying to decide whether to carry on with further maths or geography, I did AS maths, further maths, physics geography and world development. I like the idea of just doing maths, further maths and physics next year but I want to go to uni's that ask for A*A...




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 20130610 17:59:49
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My GCSEs results/predictions: Maths: A* Eng Lang: A Eng Lit: A* Biology: A Chemistry: A Physics: A History: B German: B Gov and Pol AS Level (early): C (But I think I can get a B :D) Anyway, basically, I'm doing Bio, Chem, Maths and Economics at A Level. Hopefully at UCL or Queen Mary's. My question is: If I do end up getting AAA at A2 fo...



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 20130408 17:55:08
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Hi all I was considering posting this in the "University Courses" forum but I thought I'd be more likely to get some insight in the "Cambridge" forum considering there is most likely a few of you who have gone through the programme itself. To begin with, am I correct in thinking that, by completing the MB/PhD programme at Cambridge, I w...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130411 17:45:56
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Hi, I know it's a bit early.. but I'm starting GCSE maths in september and I was just wondering what the best maths textbooks/ revision books are? I'm really bad at maths, and I'm predicted to get an A/A*.




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 20130221 16:29:19
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Hi, I'm currently studying maths at uni and I've always enjoyed it, and always will. As far as what job I want to do, I can't think of anything that would interest me apart from perhaps teaching, but even that I feel a bit 'meh' about. I feel as though I do want to have a career that involves maths, as it seems such a shame for me to neve...



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 20130315 12:21:22
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Hi, I am 19 at the moment and after some time out of education for personal/medical reasons I returned to college this year to do my ALevels. I am doing maths, further maths (AS), physics, chemistry and biology and I have just got my results back for my January units, I achieved: Maths/F.Maths C1  94/100 C2  90/100 S1  98/100 Biology...



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 20130531 18:51:16
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Hey, I'm looking into what career to go into after university (I'm a second year at a top 10), and working in tax is something that has taken my interest. I've had a look at a few firms (Ernst and Young in particular) and I meet their basic requirements, but I'm finding it hard to work out how good at maths you need to be and how much mat...




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 20130418 14:41:25
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So I have my A Level grades already, I tried to apply to Economics this year around and only got an offer at Birmingham university, and I'm not too sure if I want to stick to economics anyway now. So I was thinking of going down the History route instead. My grades were, Economics  A*, History  A* and Maths  B, and in my GCSES I got 3A...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130409 11:48:24
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Hi all, I am currently studying for OCR AS Maths and Further Maths. I have completed C1: 98 and S1: 87 (resitting) for Maths and FP1: 96 for Further. In May/June I am sitting C2 and M1 for Maths and S2 and M2 for Further. Therefore next year I just have C3 and C4 for Maths, and will be doing FP2, Fp3 and one other module for A2 FM. Howeve...



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 20130502 02:59:21
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I want to do A&F at uni and have a decent set of GCSE results, 1 A* 5 As 4 Bs, and and predicted AAA for next year, but one of my Bs at GCSE is in maths... I want to appy to Durham, Newcastle, Leeds and Exeter but they require A in maths. I was going to email them and ask if it's worth applying and get the A in maths GCSE part of a condit...




thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130425 22:19:51
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I'm doing GCSE maths, I've failed about 5 times now, I've tired tuition from 2 or three different people which was a waste of money as i didn't learn much, and i can't learn this way for some reason. maths is one of those subjects you have to practice of but I've tired a few ways like cgp books, past papers, mathswatch, it still doesn't...



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 20130610 13:37:32
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AS: Maths units (with UMS) C1 95 C2 93 S1 96 D1 76 M1 42 FP1 52. Geography A Economics A Firstly, I'm unsure what my predicted grades are/will be, but secondly I'm unsure where to now apply. My first plan was to apply to Cambridge, Warwick, Bristol, Bath and another, but after FP1 and M1 went horribly wrong, I'm looking at an A in AS Math...



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 20130501 00:37:12
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Hi. I am supposed to pick my choices for next year, but I'm really confused. I want to do Industrial Design in university, and therefore I know that I should take Art for sure, so that's my first choice. Also, I intended to do Physics and leave Maths alone, but people tell me that Maths is easier and that without Maths, taking Physics wou...




thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130321 23:18:45
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Hi, I'm in year 12 now and i'm doing chemistry, biology, english lit and classics (soo varied i know) and i want to know if i could apply and get on a chem course at a Russell group uni. i'm aware a chemistry degree does entail physics and maths but the only reason i'm not doing them at the moment is due to the fact i don't particularly e...
