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    I want to do an economics degree but I am stuck deciding between business studies or politics A-Level. Which one is liked better by the top universities such as Warwick or Cambridge etc. (Particularly Russel Group Unis)
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    Politics. A lot of unis see business studies as a 'soft' subject.
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    (Original post by Adnan1996)
    I want to do an economics degree but I am stuck deciding between business studies or politics A-Level. Which one is liked better by the top universities such as Warwick or Cambridge etc. (Particularly Russel Group Unis)
    Forgot to add: This is straight from the LSE website:
    Finally, there are a small number of A levels which are normally excluded from our standard offer; please see the list below. Applicants should offer three full A levels or equivalent alongside these subjects.List of common traditional academic/”generally preferred” subjects:Ancient History Biology Classical CivilisationChemistryComputingEc onomicsEnglish (English Language, English Literature and English Language and Literature)Further Mathematics*GeographyGovernment and PoliticsHistoryLanguages: Modern Foreign, Classic and Community**MathematicsMusicPhilo sophyPhysicsPsychologyReligious StudiesSociologyList of common non-preferred subjects:Any Applied A levelAccountingArt and DesignBusiness StudiesCitizenship StudiesCommunication and CultureCreative WritingDesign and TechnologyDrama/Theatre StudiesFilm StudiesHealth and Social CareHome EconomicsInformation and Communication TechnologyLawLeisure StudiesMedia StudiesMusic TechnologyPhysical Education/Sports studiesTravel and TourismList of normally excluded subjectsGeneral StudiesCritical ThinkingThinking SkillsKnowledge and EnquiryProject Work

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    (Original post by Gapyearstudent54)
    Forgot to add: This is straight from the LSE website:
    Finally, there are a small number of A levels which are normally excluded from our standard offer; please see the list below. Applicants should offer three full A levels or equivalent alongside these subjects.List of common traditional academic/”generally preferred” subjects:Ancient History Biology Classical CivilisationChemistryComputingEc onomicsEnglish (English Language, English Literature and English Language and Literature)Further Mathematics*GeographyGovernment and PoliticsHistoryLanguages: Modern Foreign, Classic and Community**MathematicsMusicPhilo sophyPhysicsPsychologyReligious StudiesSociologyList of common non-preferred subjects:Any Applied A levelAccountingArt and DesignBusiness StudiesCitizenship StudiesCommunication and CultureCreative WritingDesign and TechnologyDrama/Theatre StudiesFilm StudiesHealth and Social CareHome EconomicsInformation and Communication TechnologyLawLeisure StudiesMedia StudiesMusic TechnologyPhysical Education/Sports studiesTravel and TourismList of normally excluded subjectsGeneral StudiesCritical ThinkingThinking SkillsKnowledge and EnquiryProject Work

    Hope this helped
    Thanks a lot
 
 
 
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