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I am studying Economics A level and I was wondering what the jump is like from a level to an economics degree?

I would say I find A2 Macro quite difficult and I also enjoy maths.

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The big difference is that degree level economics is about models - logical thinking and mathematics. I would say the most important thing is to be able to think logically and within the confines of the problem. The thing that confuses people about economics is that everything in economics is an abstraction. In terms of studying the world of real things - credit markets, central banks, speculation, history of economies - economics degrees are surprisingly thin on that front.
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