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    IS this a good combination?

    Economics HL
    Computer Science HL
    Biology/Chemistry HL

    Arabic B SL
    Math Studies
    English SL

    I can take maths standard level, i just feel that i would get a higher score doing studies.

    Provided i do good what can i apply to, please give me examples so that i have an idea in my head about what i am going to do.(It will also help when choosing summer courses next year).
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    It really depends on your university subjects! If you are doing something related to computer sciences, i think it's best to do math standard or HL. It's not always about the score. A friend of mine applied to Hong Kong University for Law and they rejected him cause he was taking math studies. It's better safe than sorry.
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    um
    why is this a sticky thread lol
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    sounds like an okay combination
    I'm not sure about maths studies though... your HL subjects are all quite mathematical (especially econ and computer science) and if these are the subjects you want to study at uni you'll need maths HL or SL. Maths studies isn't advanced enough and won't prepare you for maths-based courses like science/econ/computer science.
    You could always start doing SL maths and if its too hard you can drop to studies?
    Hope this helps!
 
 
 

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