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Hello, Just wondering whether the first year of a degree in economics is similar to a level economics. And whether people who have done economics at a level and got a good grade ie A-b should be entered into second year.

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Hello, Just wondering whether the first year of a degree in economics is similar to a level economics. And whether people who have done economics at a level and got a good grade ie A-b should be entered into second year.

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Hello, Just wondering whether the first year of a degree in economics is similar to a level economics. And whether people who have done economics at a level and got a good grade ie A-b should be entered into second year.

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Economics A-Level? Do you realise how hard that is?

People who do economics a-level skip to the 3rd/4th year in a Cambridge Economics degree anyday - do you realise just how hard the a-level is?

Apparently to get a C at Economics A-Level, is a better achievement than a 1st Class in a Maths Cambridge degree.

Hint of sarcasm here.
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It was a very useful thread. (not quite lol)
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Economics A-Level? Do you realise how hard that is?

People who do economics a-level skip to the 3rd/4th year in a Cambridge Economics degree anyday - do you realise just how hard the a-level is?

Apparently to get a C at Economics A-Level, is a better achievement than a 1st Class in a Maths Cambridge degree.

Hint of sarcasm here.
PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD WHEN YOU ARE ATTEMPTING TO BE FUNNY AND SARCASTIC DO IT WELL.

Economics is studied in a completely different way to uni compared to A Level.
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Hint of sarcasm here.
I'm glad you pointed that out, I never would have guessed
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PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD WHEN YOU ARE ATTEMPTING TO BE FUNNY AND SARCASTIC DO IT WELL.

Economics is studied in a completely different way to uni compared to A Level.
ok, you want good?

"Corey has a good hair style" - beat that for humour!
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I'm glad you pointed that out, I never would have guessed
No problem, monsieur DEMIGOD!
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Hello, Just wondering whether the first year of a degree in economics is similar to a level economics. And whether people who have done economics at a level and got a good grade ie A-b should be entered into second year.

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no. and definetly no. degree level economics is *far* more mathematical and is "quote" boring according to my friend at lse.

a-level economics is easy
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