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    I don't want to do Maths A-Level though in the future I would like to go in the Financial Sector. I'm thinking of doing History, English Literature and Economics at A-Level. It's not that I'm bad at Maths(B student), I just find tiring.
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    (Original post by funky23)
    I don't want to do Maths A-Level though in the future I would like to go in the Financial Sector. I'm thinking of doing History, English Literature and Economics at A-Level. It's not that I'm bad at Maths(B student), I just find tiring.
    I do Economics, English Literature and History A2s at the moment, so feel free to ask me any questions. I think Maths will undoubtedly help if you want to take an Economics based degree, but you can work in the financial sector with a wide range of degrees. Either way, you have to be numerate.

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    If you want to do an Economics degree, I think you'll need maths (and maybe further maths for top unis)
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    (Original post by Edminzodo)
    I do Economics, English Literature and History A2s at the moment, so feel free to ask me any questions. I think Maths will undoubtedly help if you want to take an Economics based degree, but you can work in the financial sector with a wide range of degrees. Either way, you have to be numerate.

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    What you planning to study at uni?
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    Economics A-level does not require maths, nor does an economics degree to some extent because the mathematical components are taught as part of the modules.
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    (Original post by funky23)
    What you planning to study at uni?
    Egyptology! I did briefly consider History, Politics and Economics, though. What would you like to study?

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