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    (Original post by PythonSuperNova)
    Thanks, I had looked at that page and knew it was the case but wasn't sure whether there was some secret hierarchy of subjects.
    Yeah, dont worry about it. I thought the same thing when applying to unis. I asked a rep at Warwick and they said it didn't matter at all.
    I have a friend doing Electrical engineering at York and she did maths, physics and art at A level
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    Hi guys,

    I don't know if this is the right thread but I want to take Economics at university (at preferably one of the top universities - Cambridge, LSE, UCL, Oxford, Warwick, etc), and I am thinking of taking the following A Levels:

    Maths
    Latin
    French
    Spanish

    Are these options okay? Are languages respected for an Economics degree? And should I also take further maths?


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    (Original post by Zari7861)
    Hi guys,

    I don't know if this is the right thread but I want to take Economics at university (at preferably one of the top universities - Cambridge, LSE, UCL, Oxford, Warwick, etc), and I am thinking of taking the following A Levels:

    Maths
    Latin
    French
    Spanish

    Are these options okay? Are languages respected for an Economics degree? And should I also take further maths?


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    I don't know about economics per say but why don't you try economics at a level too?

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