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    French, business studies and economics or french, spanish and applied business studies?

    considering the fact that I've never done economics and would two languages be too much to cope with? Looking to do business at university, need AAB

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    Either combo sounds fine

    If you're looking to do business, economics is obviously more relevant than Spanish, although economics A-level is pretty basic compared to most of the stuff you'd be doing at degree level.

    If you're more concerned about getting AAB, it comes down to which you think you'd be best at. I assume you are already doing GCSEs in the languages, so you should have an idea from that how much ability you have as a linguist. I see no problem with studying 2 languages if you're reasonably good at them already.
 
 
 
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