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I am doing sociology, psychology, applied business, English literature and language can I get into accounting
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I'm taking Maths, Physics, Geography and Psychology for A Levels, what university courses would be suitable for me to choose?
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(Original post by Teaddict)
IT is not always about how "powerful" they are. It is also about enjoying the subjects. I took that into account in my suggestions.

Mathematics is a dull and dreary subject. Doing two mathematics (maths and further maths as some have said) would be murder.
I do both and find it quite interesting, just depends if you get the stuff then any subject is tolerable
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This sounds good to me😊
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(Original post by Hapiness-)
I would like to have a career in accountancy
The subjects for As level I am thinking of choosing are:
- Maths
- Accounting
- Psychology
- Possibly Business studies or Economics

Would these subjects be alright to get into university to do an accounting and finance degree afterwards?
Please help
I believe that as long as you are doing maths it is fine. I have asked a couple of people for accounting advice and they have told me that as long as you are doing maths, there is a chance of u doing accounting. Chemistry could also be considered an option
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As people mentioned, any maths, economics / business modules.

What I will say is that the career path such as uni, internship to graduate job does not necessarily require you to study accounting. I'm about to join a Big 4 and 90% of the associates there have not studied accounting. Accounting is also not very maths-dense, you will likely be doing simple calculations. However, it is paramount that you have business insight and some level of maths skills.
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