Chemistry or Physics as an option to study economics at university?
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- Thread Starter
- 23-03-2016 16:36
- 23-03-2016 16:41
Either. They're both traditional subjects that universities like! If you don't mind doing either one, I'd say:
- Do Chemistry if you want to leave A-levels with a strong foundation in science, in general. Chemistry is known as the central science because it links together Physics & Biology, so you'll learn a bit of both (e.g. amino acids & proteins).
- Do Physics if you want to further your mathematics. Economics at university is highly mathematical (at the top institutes anyway). So Physics will pretty much help hone down on that.