are my uni chances ruined/ business studies a level opinions?

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ionaisgroovy
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i underperformed in my as levels (bdee in english lit, economics, philosophy and maths) and have started my a2 year dropping maths and retaking both units of economics, one of english and both of philosophy (i know it sounds like a lot of work but last year was really hard cause of stuff at home). i have actually been offered the chance to do business studies A level all in one year instead of philosophy which realistically i can get a C at best as opposed to the other subjects where i am aiming for As. i want to study something like business or economics or law at a university like manchestter and i'm taking a year out so not applying through UCAS yet. anyway thanks if you read this far, any opinions appreciated!!
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take maths, drop philo
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If you want to study economics at uni, a lot of the uni's ask for alevel maths
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take maths, drop philo
so do you think that doing maths and getting a D would be better than doing business studies and getting an A? thanks
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(Original post by ionaisgroovy)
so do you think that doing maths and getting a D would be better than doing business studies and getting an A? thanks
Why not take Maths...Work hard...Get an A?
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definitely keep maths, once it clicks you cant really go too far wrong!
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