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    (Original post by IAspireToSucceed)
    I'm think an economist or an accountant? I love business and economicsy things x
    For economics you dont even need Economics, just Math and FM is desirable in the top Universities. Don't do Physics if you dont enjoy it as it will be nothing other than a bore. Maths, FM, and Economics are great choices to do Economics, Business or Accountancy in Uni. Theres no real need for a 4th A level which you dont enjoy
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    (Original post by cleggj88)
    A level physics is much more interesting then gcse, at the start of my a levels i was dreading physics but now its my favourite subject
    same! i was really struggling with it when i started my AS but the calculations and the maths side was always easy but the understanding of certain topics such as Mechanics, i found it hard. but all i needed was practice. Now its my favourite.
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    same! i was really struggling with it when i started my AS but the calculations and the maths side was always easy but the understanding of certain topics such as Mechanics, i found it hard. but all i needed was practice. Now its my favourite.
    Exactly, i meant that i was dreading it before i started it as i have always wanted to do engineering but hated it at gcse what grade are you getting/got at As
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    (Original post by cleggj88)
    Exactly, i meant that i was dreading it before i started it as i have always wanted to do engineering but hated it at gcse what grade are you getting/got at As
    Mocks coming up in about 2 weeks about for the last paper i did i got B considering i was getting a U at the beginning. Finished all the materials so now the preparation for the mocks and the exams starts,for me now!
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    (Original post by IAspireToSucceed)
    I have chosen:

    Economics
    Maths
    Further Maths
    Physics

    I am not too keen on physics because I really love the businessy-side to things and am looking forward to Economics and I love maths..

    BUT I am not to keen on physics...I don't know, I'm not very interested in it (maybe because I do not fully understand it), but many people recommended it me to take it as it is much easier if you do Further Maths..

    I was thinking to change it to geography but I don't like the physical side AT ALL, but I LOVE the Human side to geography?

    And the thing is, if I am suddenly not interested in accounting or becoming an economist, then physics could be my backup to become an engineer!

    I don't know... I think if I worked hard, then I would find it interesting! And I definitely will work hard on it next year!

    What do you guys think?
    I wasnt looking at what others said. However physics is a facilatating subject which is respected by prestigous universities. Go for it 😏
 
 
 
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