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    I had to switch around some of my A-Level choices because of clashes, and so far I have Philosophy and Ethics (RS), History and Psychology. I was wondering, however, if you think either Economics or English would work better with the others. I quite like both, and work load is not an issue, but I was just wondering how relevant either of them are to my other subjects, as they are ones I greatly enjoy and have the most interest in. I am just curious as to how similar they can be, but I do not mind if either of them are not, it just may help me make up my mind as I am undecided.
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    English will support the essay-writing elements of your other courses, which is something that economics would offer to a much lesser extent. Really, though, my advice is to choose whichever you're most interested in - both are respectable subjects, and students generally do better at subjects which interest them.
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