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hi i will be doing a levels in 1 year in september these will be business studies and psychology. i was wondering what areas i should study during my summer so i dont get left behind. i need a's to go to the uni i want. im also doing as level accountancy! any help or advice is much appreciated!!!!!!
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hi i will be doing a levels in 1 year in september these will be business studies and psychology. i was wondering what areas i should study during my summer so i dont get left behind. i need a's to go to the uni i want. im also doing as level accountancy! any help or advice is much appreciated!!!!!!
Which uni do you want to go to? :confused:
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Which uni do you want to go to? :confused:
1 in london or birmingham forgot what they called? :confused:
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1 in london or birmingham forgot what they called? :confused:
LSE?
UCL?
Imperial?
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LSE?
UCL?
Imperial?
yeah or kingston, kings, thames valley?
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yeah or kingston, kings, thames valley?
Thames Valley wouln't want all As. Kingston is in Surrey.
King's College London is good. The only unis out of those who I could see wanting all As are LSE, Imperial and possibly UCL. Which one do you want to go to?
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Thames Valley wouln't want all As. Kingston is in Surrey.
King's College London is good. The only unis out of those who I could see wanting all As are LSE, Imperial and possibly UCL. Which one do you want to go to?
I just looked. Kings dosent do business degree. my first choice would be kingston then imperial maybe?
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I just looked. Kings dosent do business degree. my first choice would be kingston then imperial maybe?
Imperial is much more highly rated than Kingston, so maybe the other way round. I can't see Kingston wanting all As.

These unis are the top 10 for Business Studies:

1. Oxford
2. London School of Economics
3. Imperial College
4. Queens, Belfast
5. Aston
6.= UMIST
6.= Lancaster
8. Warwick
9. Bath
10. Nottingham

King's College London does do a Business egree, it is ranked 31.
This table is as according to The Times
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thanx. id rather go to kingston though because i want to do accounting degree. but i cant do that as an a level in 1 year. i dont know if i can do accounting degree with just as level in accounting thats why i want to do well in the other 2 subjects so maybe it looks like i work hard?
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thanx. id rather go to kingston though because i want to do accounting degree. but i cant do that as an a level in 1 year. i dont know if i can do accounting degree with just as level in accounting thats why i want to do well in the other 2 subjects so maybe it looks like i work hard?
I didn't know you could do an accounting degree. My mum's an accountant and she has a Business Studies degree. Once you get your degree you have to do more specialised accountancy exams like CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) or ACMA exams.

But do a degree you think you will enjoy.
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i dont really know what i want to do.
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but i know u can do accounting and finance degrees i think iwant to do that! but i dunno if ill get in the course
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Hi Girl, you'd be better off doing more subjects. If you plan to go to university, they prefer people with three or more A-levels.

You'd also be better off doing AVCE Business. It's favoured more at universities than the A-level.
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Hi Girl, you'd be better off doing more subjects. If you plan to go to university, they prefer people with three or more A-levels.

You'd also be better off doing AVCE Business. It's favoured more at universities than the A-level.
agrreed. I would think maths would be quite useful as well, and maybe a science. May i ask why you are doing the a-levels in only one year, have you already done some AS/A2 levels? Why not do 3 or 4 subjects fully over a 2 year course?
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agrreed. I would think maths would be quite useful as well, and maybe a science. May i ask why you are doing the a-levels in only one year, have you already done some AS/A2 levels? Why not do 3 or 4 subjects fully over a 2 year course?
I think she means that she will be starting them in September 2004. Not that she will be doing them in one year. That's what I thought, but you could be right.
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yeah im doin them in a year because im 18 and dont want to take 2 years becaiuse ive already had two years doing an nvq. thats why im limited to doing some subjects.
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