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    I'm currently studying
    Economics (Predicted A)
    Sociology (Predicted B)
    English Literature (Predicted B)
    Business Studies (Predicted B)

    My initial choice was to drop Business since Universities dislike any general studies subjects. However, I do enjoy English Literature but when it comes to revising and exams I seem to struggle since I hate closed book exams (it was fine @ GCSE as they were open) so I'm not sure what to do in regarding to, do I risk taking Eng Lit through to A2 and maybe struggle OR take on a safe option which is Business?
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    What do you want to do at uni?
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    What do you want to do at uni?
    BA Economics
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    I would probably say english lit because it is viewed as a "better" subject and only university which i saw that gave a list of recommended subjects gave both business and english. Since your issue with english is with revising for exams see what your results are.
 
 
 
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