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    I asked my teacher if it was okay to take both Business Studies and Economics A-level and she said it was a good idea and was nothing wrong with it, but i've been told before that taking both is not good and some universities only accept them as 1 A-level, please could i have some advice on what to choose as i have chosen Maths, Economics, Business Studies and History. Thanks
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    What university would you want to go, and to study what subject?
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    SOME count them as 1 A level - Usually its the higher end universities.

    Unless you have ambitions and the GCSE's of getting into these sort of unis, its unlikely to affect you majorly.
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    (Original post by Groundearth)
    What university would you want to go, and to study what subject?
    I would like to go to a Russell Group University if i do well in my A-levels and i would like to study Accountancy or something in the field of Economics and Business, but this could change. Thanks for the help.
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    (Original post by lkaratu)
    I would like to go to a Russell Group University if i do well in my A-levels and i would like to study Accountancy or something in the field of Economics and Business, but this could change. Thanks for the help.
    Your choices are fine then
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    (Original post by Jkizer)
    SOME count them as 1 A level - Usually its the higher end universities.

    Unless you have ambitions and the GCSE's of getting into these sort of unis, its unlikely to affect you majorly.
    Are we talking about the Russell Groups? Because if i do well in my A-levels i would like to go to one.
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    It's fine most of the time, especially for economics-type courses


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