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    Are Maths, History, Economics, Politics good A levels to take for law at uni?
    Are Maths, History, Economics, Politics good A levels to take for finance at uni?
    Are these A levels hard?
    Should I drop politics and do an EPQ instead?
    Any recommendations for A levels to take which are easy to get goof grades but are good to take either Law or Finance at uni?
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    (Original post by miniflag123)
    Are Maths, History, Economics, Politics good A levels to take for law at uni?
    Are Maths, History, Economics, Politics good A levels to take for finance at uni?
    Are these A levels hard?
    Should I drop politics and do an EPQ instead?
    Any recommendations for A levels to take which are easy to get goof grades but are good to take either Law or Finance at uni?
    i took exactly the same a-levels as you

    Not too hard atm

    keep pol

    no a levels are easy
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    Those A-levels are good for both courses, just depends now which you prefer.
    if you prefer essays and history then do law
    If you prefer maths and economics do finance.
    I'd say do politics as some uni's do not except the EPQ

    They aren't easy a-levels but since when were any a-levels easy...
 
 
 
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