Will taking more than three A Levels improve my chances of admission?

Studying four A Levels can be useful where all four subjects are relevant to the proposed course of study but it does not automatically convey an advantage, especially if one of the subjects is relatively weak, or not relevant to the proposed course of studies. We understand that not all candidates can take four A Levels and our offers are usually based on three A2 subjects. Our general advice is that it is much better to perform at a very high level in three relevant subjects, rather than diluting your effort and performing less well in four (or five, or six).