i want to study economics at university and i've chosen economics, maths, further maths and geography. should i choose physics instead of geography?
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- Thread Starter
- 07-07-2014 19:59
- Study Helper
- 08-07-2014 01:01
Physics will illustrate your ability to apply mathematics, which is very useful on an economics degree, and is generally seen as a more difficult subject. Plus, it will complement your double maths - there's a significant overlap between physics at A-level and mechanics modules in maths.
That said, if you prefer geography then it won't make too much of a difference to your application (provided you offer economics and double maths at A2) - and you're more likely to do well in a subject you have an interest in. So if you would rather study geography, then go for it, but if you're unsure between either of them physics is the better choice.