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    I am predicted A's across the board at GCSEs and I'm unsure about my A-Level choices. Would economics, physiology and business be considered soft subjects? I did originally want to drop physiology for biology but feel it will be slightly isolated, I am hoping to do a business management degree at Warwick

    Economics or business, only take both if you're out of options.
    Take history if you're good at it, because it complements business/economics.
    And finally, English and/or maths (both if you've only taken economics or business), they are generally useful in all choices.

    My honest opinion, you can make up your own mind, ask other TSR users and people who do those subjects already.
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