Friday, 14 November 2008

I told you to check Universities!!!

This is from Warwick to Sairan:

"Maths and Further Maths are considered as the same subject, and should ideally only be offered as two of four A2’s. Where this is not the case the course selector can choose to make a higher three A offer in order to compensate. Selectors are also concerned where an applicant is offering both Economics and Business Studies as two of three A levels, due to the overlap in course content. We are not normally able to accept A Levels such as Critical Thinking, and again, this may result in a higher offer where no other subject is offered. General Studies is always excluded. All other subjects are considered but this is in light of the subject mix requirements. Specific subjects can be excluded at the Course Selector's discretion."

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