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    Hey everyone, just a quick question about my A Level choices. Hoping to go
    onto an Economics degree.

    Maths
    History
    Economics
    Business Studies

    I can't do F/Maths, because it requires an A to study at my college and I only
    got a B at GCSE. is this gunna mess me up?
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    Well, maths and economics are both very important and you have that..When I contacted most of the universities they required that and they said if I have further math it would be helpful too.. Since you can't do that, think about doing physics or psychology instead of history and business studies.. I reckon you can keep history but business studies is too easy and some universities might see it as a repetitive subject to economics.. Good luck
    Btw, I choose math, economics, further math and AS physics..
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    (Original post by YPbPr)
    Hey everyone, just a quick question about my A Level choices. Hoping to go
    onto an Economics degree.

    Maths
    History
    Economics
    Business Studies

    I can't do F/Maths, because it requires an A to study at my college and I only
    got a B at GCSE. is this gunna mess me up?
    Dont do econ AND business. Some content overlap and some unis dont like it.

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