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    I'm doing maths, economics and geography at A level but I'm stuck on what subject to do for my 4th A level?

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    (Original post by jamesbrady)
    I'm doing maths, economics and geography at A level but I'm stuck on what subject to do for my 4th A level?

    Any ideas?
    What do you want to do at uni?


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    Either maths or economics. I will most likely be taking them three subjects at A2 as well.
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    (Original post by jamesbrady)
    I'm doing maths, economics and geography at A level but I'm stuck on what subject to do for my 4th A level?

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    How about business for a 4th A-level?



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    Either maths or economics. I will most likely be taking them three subjects at A2 as well.
    Further Maths then?


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    I was thinking of business, but i've heard you shouldn't take economics and business?
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    (Original post by jamesbrady)
    Either maths or economics. I will most likely be taking them three subjects at A2 as well.
    If your considering doing maths at university, it would be beneficial to study further maths for your 4th A-level
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    (Original post by jamesbrady)
    I was thinking of business, but i've heard you shouldn't take economics and business?
    Yeah I have heard something like that before, but I am not sure. I just finished my A-levels, I'm sure I knew some people doing both though.


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    Either maths or economics. I will most likely be taking them three subjects at A2 as well.
    Absolutely do further maths.
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    (Original post by jamesbrady)
    I'm doing maths, economics and geography at A level but I'm stuck on what subject to do for my 4th A level?

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    The best thing to do, would be take these idea on board, ask friend who are going to do the same uni course as you and speak to your teachers. You should have some teachers who deal with UCAS stuff and your head of year will be very helpful too. That is what I did.


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    You need further maths to study Maths at any good university, and it's also meant to be pretty helpful for economics too.
 
 
 
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