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    Ok so I know this is a bit of an odd combination of subjects, but i have 2 'spaces' in my a level option blocks but I cant decide between :
    Business
    Psychology
    Philosophy

    Does anyone know which 2 are the easiest or have an idea which link better? (If therr are any links!)
    Thankyou!! Xx

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    Don't take an A-Level because of how easy it's going to be. Take an A-Level because it will help you to get into university or will help you in the future :yep:

    So you're deciding between Business, Psychology and Philosophy?

    What are the other subjects you've decided on?
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    Ditch business, go with psych and phil. Choose the A levels which will get you into the course you want to do at uni.
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    Business, Psychology, Philosophy eh?

    Philosophy is the most respected, followed by Psychology, followed by Business.

    What other subjects are you taking?
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    (Original post by GeorgiaBurek)
    Ok so I know this is a bit of an odd combination of subjects, but i have 2 'spaces' in my a level option blocks but I cant decide between :
    Business
    Psychology
    Philosophy

    Does anyone know which 2 are the easiest or have an idea which link better? (If therr are any links!)
    Thankyou!! Xx

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    Not sure about Philosophy, but alot of business is common sense so I found it pretty easy. Psychology is alot to learn but very interesting, so if you enjoy it, it'll come alot more naturally. All depends on what you want to do
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    Biology and geography I think :-) xx

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    What do you actually want to do at university/what uni level are you thinking of?
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    I would go for Philosophy and Psychology as, to me, they seem the most interesting
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    Philosophy is easy. I got an A without revision - mainly because I enjoyed the subject so much.
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    Id deffinately go for psychology. From what ive found ut, theres a lot to learn, but its interesting. And seeing as you have chosen biology and geography, it fit in ok, as it goes well with biology.
 
 
 
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