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    DEAR ALL,

    I am trying to choose between economics and physics. I was wondering which would complement maths better and help me get on a course such as maybe finance or accounting or economics or medicine or biochemical engineering or actuary but on the other hand help me with my other options which are Maths , Biology , Chemistry.

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    I dont know what I am gonna do in the future.
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    Further Maths.
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    Further Maths would be worth it if you've got the option, otherwise do Physics, it's a widely respected subject, so you won't go too far wrong with it.
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    (Original post by Potally_Tissed)
    Further Maths.
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    Out of those I'd choose Economics based on your post. But if you have a chance to take further maths do that instead.
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    Take Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Economics.

    Then at A2-level, on results day, the summer before, decide if you want to go into Economics or Engineering.

    If the first, drop Biology and do FM AS in your A2 year.

    If the latter, drop Economics and do Physics AS in your A2 year.

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    (Original post by Ewan)
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    Out of those I'd choose Economics based on your post. But if you have a chance to take further maths do that instead.
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