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    Im interested in both and dont know what to choose. Is there any way of incorporating the two into one PR?Can someone help Me choose?
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    You need to choose the one that interests you more and that you'll be happy studying for the next 3 years. Have you looked at course structure and content and maybe done some reading around both subjects or gotten some work experience? You can't write one PS for both so you need to pick.
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    Im interested in both and dont know what to choose. Is there any way of incorporating the two into one PR?Can someone help Me choose?
    What subjects do you do?
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    What subjects do you do?
    Maths, Physics Biology and Chemistry
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    do economics if you are ready for risks and ****. As the uk left the european union and more than likely face a recession in the upcoming years, hopefully you can work in an insurance company and get yourself lucky with that top wage.

    All seriousness though both are equally in demand, economics is more of an essay writing subject so if you dont like that choose engineering
 
 
 
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