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    Hi Everyone.
    I'm struggling to choose my A-Levels (deadline is pretty soon!) and any help would be appreciated!!
    The subjects I am considering are: Maths, History, English Lit., Economics, Government&Politics, Spanish and the EPQ.
    I'm looking at taking 4 A-Levels, potentially with an EPQ add on.

    I'd say maths is a definate, just because it's so highly valued at universitys and economics because apparently it's really interesting, it depends on what yu find fun and what you want to be when your older

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    I agree, I think that maths is a really important one plus it is much more interesting than GCSE. Spanish would be a good one because it will look good on a university application, however language A-level is really difficult so be prepared to do lots of work. I don't know about history, english or politics. From what I hear from other people economics is quite boring but the exam is partly multiple choice so not too difficult.

    Hope this helps!
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