Just finished enrolment, I went still unsure as to what to take for my fourth as; economics or english? In the end I chose english language, do you think I have a good set? I'm planning to do history/politics degree at a good uni (hopefully) do you think what I've chosen is appropriate or do you think economics would be better? Thanks.
Government & Politics AS
History (Modern) AS
English Language AS
Critical Thinking AS
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- Thread Starter
- 06-09-2005 17:44
- 06-09-2005 17:49
I think they are both equally good options for you to pick to do History and Politics.
The most important thing is that you enjoy learning the subject
- 06-09-2005 18:21
Economics would have given more of a mix. If I were you I'd f picked it. But if I were you I wouldn't have picked any of your subjects.
I am sure what you've picked will be fine. But you better like writing.
- 06-09-2005 20:29
Personally I think you've chosen a great combination!
You’ve got your main subjects - Politics and History - alongside Englsih which is another respected subject.
Having a second language under your belt is always seen as an added bonus. And universities see it as a good subject.
And finally Critical thinking which shows your ability to be logical and think for youself.
I wouldn't worry about not taking economics - it would give more variety (as above) but i think the subjects youve got are fine anyway for what you want to study at uni.