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    I am currently doing AS levels in Maths, Economics, Physics and Business. I want to study A&F at uni and my original plan was to drop business at AS. However I have been finding physics hard all year and an A at AS is quite unlikely now and im scared if I carry it on next year I wont be able to get an A in it that I need. But I think I could get an A* in business if I did that next year but the top unis like LSE/Warwick dont like the combination of economics and business so now I dont know what to do. Any advice? Thanks!
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    I had this problem last year. I took maths, but I found it really difficult throughout the whole year and my result wasn't what I wanted. It was between maths an German and I felt I could do better in German so I dropped maths as I didn't want the stress. So I would say go for business because if you think you could do better in that and you won't be as stressed about it, it'll be better for your other exams too as you won't be trying to improve your physics all the time, leaving your other subjects behind which is what I would have ended up doing.
    Maybe you should contact the uni as well and ask whether they would take you with business and economics?
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    Thanks for the reply! And yep my thoughts exactly, if I do physics next year it could bring my maths and economics down but I think I will ask the unis I want to go to and see what they say
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    (Original post by Abrar Azad)
    Thanks for the reply! And yep my thoughts exactly, if I do physics next year it could bring my maths and economics down but I think I will ask the unis I want to go to and see what they say
    you're welcome! Good luck with your decision!
 
 
 
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