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    so I am about to go study a levels but i am still unsure what a levels to study. It is out of chemistry biology maths economics and business and i am only going to be doing 3 of them.I have no idea which 3 to choose does anyone have any recommendations and a reason . much appreciated!
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    Depends on what you want to do in the future. If you're good at maths, I'd do maths, if you're not, do economics. You don't really need to do both unless you're going into a specific field. Even then, most places are fine with just having one, usually maths. But if you're going to get a C in maths, an A in economics is still better. You could do 4 at as level and just drop one once you know which ones you want to do. It really depends on what you want to do and which ones you enjoy
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    In A levels, it's important doing subjects you enjoy because you'll end focusing more on a subject you enjoy rather than a subject you hate e.g I took maths, chem, physics and geo for my AS and I absolutely hated physics and disliked geography even though i got A*s in them in GCSE so I ended up focusing more on chemistry and maths which I regret because that effected my performance in my physics paper. Luckily with AS geo, you can memorise the revision guide and do well because the grade boundaries are very low for geo
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    Would doing economics psychology and biology be smart
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    In A levels, it's important doing subjects you enjoy because you'll end focusing more on a subject you enjoy rather than a subject you hate e.g I took maths, chem, physics and geo for my AS and I absolutely hated physics and disliked geography even though i got A*s in them in GCSE so I ended up focusing more on chemistry and maths which I regret because that effected my performance in my physics paper. Luckily with AS geo, you can memorise the revision guide and do well because the grade boundaries are very low for geo
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    first think about what you want to do at uni
    what does the course require
    if you dont know yet what you want tp study then
    which subjects you enjoy the most
    and as last decider if all else fails which would be the easiest or which you would be the best at

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    (Original post by SavagePenguin)
    Would doing economics psychology and biology be smart
    Maths would go well with economics but it really depends on what you want to study at uni
 
 
 
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