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    hi im starting as levels wen i get back and i have the option of taking Religious studies or business studies and i was just wondering what everyone thought was more beneficial for both university application and myself? advice would be grateful. cheers
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    Which will you enjoy more? The most important thing is to choose subjects you'll enjoy studying because A-levels are a lot of work and you'll find it much easier to motivate yourself if you like what you're doing.
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    thanks u probably speak a lot of truth and then again i hated business studies at GCSE so maybe ill go for RS. anyway gotta wait for my results.
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    If you've not enjoyed GCSE Business, then go for RS. I think the RS course is very much about philosophy of religion and religious ethics, which could be quite interesting. Personally, I'd go for that.
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    yea good reasoning . i dont think i can stand one more year of profit and loss!
 
 
 

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