Hi guys. I went to a comprehensive school which is in the 300s for A level results 2015 (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education...e-schools.html. I got into a grammar school sixth form which is in the top 20 in the country. However being there for a week, the teaching isn't amazing and I cannot do all the subjects I want.
I want to do economics at a top 10 uni (preferably LSE) and at the comprehensive I can do Maths, Further Maths, Economics and Geography and if I cannot handle A2 FM, I can just do the AS in year 12. However at the grammar I can do Maths, Economics, Chemistry and Politics whilst only doing further maths as an AS in year 13 (1 lesson per a week).
I am wondering which option should I choose as I can go back to my old comprehensive school.
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- 11-09-2016 00:25
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- 13-09-2016 01:50
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