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    I'm planning to read either economics or finance in university, looking at UCL, LSE and Warwick. For A Levels i don't know which is the 'best' combination. Currently have these in mind:

    -Maths, history, geography, politics
    -Maths, history, economics, further maths
    -Maths, history, politics, further maths
    -Maths, history, philosophy, politics

    thanks for your help
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    (Original post by antelope11)
    I'm planning to read either economics or finance in university, looking at UCL, LSE and Warwick. For A Levels i don't know which is the 'best' combination. Currently have these in mind:

    -Maths, history, geography, politics
    -Maths, history, economics, further maths
    -Maths, history, politics, further maths
    -Maths, history, philosophy, politics

    thanks for your help
    You definitely need maths for sure. Have you done economics or business at gcse? What I would recommend is do the subjects you actually enjoy as you will end up with more UCAS points in the long run.
 
 
 

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