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    (Original post by Rahul.S)
    Economics, Further/Furhter A Maths/Physics, Business, History/English Lit or English Lang
    Do not, I repeat, DO NOT, take business- its a joke. Apart from that the above are spot on. Although English Lang is a bit of a joke too now I think about it.
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    (Original post by connorbrown)
    Do not, I repeat, DO NOT, take business- its a joke. Apart from that the above are spot on. Although English Lang is a bit of a joke too now I think about it.
    business is respected in economics, its one of those i would put at the end of the list but if his considering doing 5-6 subjects...one he shoud definately consider. I would do english lit over english lang, but it varies from students to students. Have u done business in a levels btw? people in my school who want to do economics say business fits in very well.

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    (Original post by Rahul.S)
    business is respected in economics, its one of those i would put at the end of the list but if his considering doing 5-6 subjects...one he shoud definately consider. I would do english lit over english lang, but it varies from students to students. Have u done business in a levels btw? people in my school who want to do economics say business fits in very well.

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    It really isn't.
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    (Original post by Rahul.S)
    business is respected in economics, its one of those i would put at the end of the list but if his considering doing 5-6 subjects...one he shoud definately consider. I would do english lit over english lang, but it varies from students to students. Have u done business in a levels btw? people in my school who want to do economics say business fits in very well.

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    Its funny how business is respected in economics, yet the leading economic university in the country specifically lists it under 'non-preferred subjects':
    http://www2.lse.ac.uk/study/undergra...uirements.aspx
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    (Original post by -WhySoSerious?)
    It really isn't.
    it is actually. if his looking to pick 5-6 subjects, then doing business would be a good choice. It will tie in with economics well and business isn't tht hard, so he can get a good grade with less work compared to other subjects.
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    (Original post by connorbrown)
    Its funny how business is respected in economics, yet the leading economic university in the country specifically lists it under 'non-preferred subjects':
    http://www2.lse.ac.uk/study/undergra...uirements.aspx
    general studies and critical thinking for sure are nt accepted. obv business isnt compulsory as not most of the people tht do economics hardly do business as they want to open their options in other fields, but economics and business link well and if this kid is going to do 5-6 subjects in a level; business should be considered.

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    (Original post by Rahul.S)
    it is actually. if his looking to pick 5-6 subjects, then doing business would be a good choice. It will tie in with economics well and business isn't tht hard, so he can get a good grade with less work compared to other subjects.
    Uhhh, are you at uni? Have you actually been through an application cycle?
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    (Original post by Rahul.S)
    Economics, Further/Furhter A Maths/Physics, Business, History/English Lit or English Lang
    :confused: are you serious? Business AND economics? :rolleyes:

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    (Original post by Extricated)
    :confused: are you serious? Business AND economics? :rolleyes:

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    kmt.....extricated dnt follow wt these noobs have been sayin.....look at the scenario. if this kid wants to do 5 or more subjects....business is nt a hard a level and it ties in with economics well....so he sud tke it.

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    (Original post by Rahul.S)
    kmt.....extricated dnt follow wt these noobs have been sayin.....look at the scenario. if this kid wants to do 5 or more subjects....business is nt a hard a level and it ties in with economics well....so he sud tke it.

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    come on msn
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    (Original post by Rahul.S)
    general studies and critical thinking for sure are nt accepted. obv business isnt compulsory as not most of the people tht do economics hardly do business as they want to open their options in other fields, but economics and business link well and if this kid is going to do 5-6 subjects in a level; business should be considered.

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    I can't really understand what you are saying but I will assume its a well substantiated argument.
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    (Original post by connorbrown)
    I can't really understand what you are saying but I will assume its a well substantiated argument.
    lol u must be a NOOB!

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    Maths, Further Maths, Economics and History

    This will definately be one of the best choices, can't really go wrong
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    (Original post by Hayaten)
    Maths, Further Maths, Economics and History

    This will definately be one of the best choices, can't really go wrong
    *definitely

    To think, all that time sitting next to me and you remain this rubbish at English. Poor show.
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    (Original post by MagicNMedicine)
    Maths, Further Maths, Economics and History I reckon. It won't make too much difference, if you have FM in there and one subject which shows you are good at essays.
    I'd agree with this.
 
 
 
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