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Hi, I'm currently doing my GCSE's and am considering my options for A level. Im thinking of doing Economics, Politics, English Language, and then either psychology or business. I am not sure about future careers and jobs I would like to do or where these subject choices would lead me to. Can anyone give me any advice on my current A level choices and whether to then take psychology or business?


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Hi, I'm currently doing my GCSE's and am considering my options for A level. Im thinking of doing Economics, Politics, English Language, and then either psychology or business. I am not sure about future careers and jobs I would like to do or where these subject choices would lead me to. Can anyone give me any advice on my current A level choices and whether to then take psychology or business?


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Psychology is more respected than Business, and many say not to choose both Business and Economics, so I'd go for Psychology Sounds like they'd be a good combination

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[QUOTE=H0173N;45247105]Hi, I'm currently doing my GCSE's and am considering my options for A level. Im thinking of doing Economics, Politics, English Language, and then either psychology or business. I am not sure about future careers and jobs I would like to do or where these subject choices would lead me to. Can anyone give me any advice on my current A level choices and whether to then take psychology or business?



hmmm well i must say actually those choices that you have chosen fit together very well and business i think will go well and so will psychology... i take a level psychology and it is a very good subject. it looks at broadly, humans behaviours and how environmental factors and experiences etc effect that persons behaviour... broad description but i must say that i think business will fit best with the other subject that you have chosen.
you just need to think ahead what you want to do and google what those subjects that you have there can get you for the future.
they will give you a wide option window in the future if you do well in them
just google what the subjects will get you in and then chose something that you think you may enjoy.
hope this helps xx
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I'd take business studies if I were you over psychology.
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Choose something you'd enjoy more, not what random students think.
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Choose the subject that you find the most interesting and would enjoy learning about the most.
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Economics and psychology link pretty well

Your a levels seem to stick law or politics at me


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I do both currently at alevel. I would say pick phychology. Gives you wider variety of subjects and career options.
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