In my first year at college I have taken BND IT, BNA Sport in the second year I have taken AS Maths, A2 Maths and Further Maths AS (FP1, M1, M2). With my mind set on a Physics degree and with top grades in all subjects will a degree be possible for me without it being studied at A level? If it is possible would I have to endure a preliminary year or take a foundations degree? If so, would this affect my chances of being entered into a desired university. I'm not really sure what my options are and im quite sure that AS and A2 Physics is out of the question at this point. This is generally directed at British residents but for anyone else who does not live in the UK or studied maths before its new structure: FP1: Further Pure 1 M1, M2: Mechanics 1 & 2 BND: BTEC National Diploma; 1080 guided learning hours, no exams, 360 UCAS points approx. BNA: BTEC Nataional Award; 360 guided learning hours, no exams, 120 UCAS points approx.