If you didn't pick Maths for Alevel because you don't enjoy it, I suggest not doing economics at all, because its heavily maths-based - microeconomics, lots of graphs and curve readings, growth rates, GDP calculations, econometrics (statistics for economics). It is very very maths-based. You might not enjoy the course if you don't like maths.
To answer your question, I think if you look for BA Economics, you should be better off. I think Lancaster doesn't require Maths?? (Check it).
Sheffield offers both BSc and BA. So check the syllabus and choose the type of degree you will enjoy.
But since you like essays, apply for Econ (BA)!
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Can I study economics at Uni without a level maths? watch
- 07-12-2014 20:21
- 08-12-2014 02:31
(Original post by Mike_123)
- 08-12-2014 17:30
I'm talking about serious economists. If you were, then you'd appreciate the integrity of maths.
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