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I can only choose one new A level, so which is more suitable out of the two, Government & Politics or Economics? if I wanted to study international relations or politics at University
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I can only choose one new A level, so which is more suitable out of the two, Government & Politics or Economics? if I wanted to study international relations or politics at University
You'll only get a good answer for this if you list your other A level choices and which universities you're thinking of applying for.
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You don't need to do an A Level in politics to study politics at uni. However, without any further information, I would suggest that anyone who wants to dedicate three years of their life to studying politics should be jumping at the chance to study G&P at A Level.
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Study Government & Politics at A Level.
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Economics is for maths-heads.

Do Gov & Politics.

A good book to start with - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Politics-Pal.../dp/0230524974
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