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    (Original post by Jackb95)
    Also I may consider taking economics. You see from my point of view currently, I'm scared that everything in Sixth Form will be hard and stressful, but when I'll do my levels it'll be enjoyable.
    Economics is not hard at all if you have a reasonably logical approach, so don't worry about that! And whatever you end up doing in the future, it will always be relevant.

    (Original post by JRD)
    What school do you go to ?? and please i need help cos i need to get my A-level options in for Monaday march 8th and i am in two minds about the 4th option! i am looking to do Eng Lit, Politics and business because i have an ambition to be a journalist as my dad was the exc editor of sun for 20 years, my grandad was also a journalist for 45 years! and it runs in the familly
    could someone please advise me on the last subject choice ideal for uni's to make me get noticed as it is now incredibly hard to get in now. someone in uni possibly could advise me would be amazing! O and which uni is best for a journalism course
    1) History (or a science)

    2) Do a post-grad. Also, your relatives can probably offer much better advice than a student forum.

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