I am currently in Yr13 & studying A-level Physics, Chemistry & History. I took AS-Level Maths but due to certain circumstances failed, but I am taking it again this year & am hoping to get a B which I should have got last year. I would have dropped History but as I started AS Maths late, a week before the Christmas holidays, I struggled throughout the year but was determined to put all my effort in. I'm going to admit, I'm not the best at Maths, but can manage most of AS Maths & will hopefully find it a lot easier the second time round. I am really interested in Physics and I know that practically all universities will not accept you without A-Level Maths unless you have ''exceptional circumstances'' (?). So I was just wondering if there is anyway around this such as taking some sort of course in uni to bring my Maths up, or a foundation year? I have spoken to current students at universities who have told me that the Maths isn't that difficult & just goes as far as integration and differentiation, which at the moment I am fine with. However, on internet threads I seem to get a different impression? I know that Maths is involved in Physics & I can't compare A-Level to university Physics, but the Maths in Physics seems fine at the moment & I'm just wondering if they're looking more for the logical reasoning? Any comments would be greatly appreciated. Thankyou every much in advance!