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    I am currently studying economics BSc, into my first year, and was wondering when applying to your masters programme my module selection would play a part in my application. would I need to disclose my modules choices on my application form?

    I am currently choosing which module to pick between econometrics and quantitative economics, quantitative economics is probably easier for me but would I be at a disadvantage when applying for masters as the econometrics modules are seen as more tough?

    If i pick QE i cannot choose econometrics in my 2nd/3rd years, i would have to stikck to QE 1, 2, 3, 4....

    QE is definitely easier, so i can guarantee a better grade in it, and it would increase my chances at getting a 1st overall. So when applying for programmes like Oxford MFE, Cambridge Mphil finance, LSE Msc finance, Imperical Msc finance, do they look at my module choice?

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