Is maths a requirement for most economics and finance courses. I also do economics, politics, history and psychology but I want to drop psychology and am wondering whether to take maths instead, even just for AS. However, if not necessary, i would rather continue with three AS' for now, but would take maths if necessary.
Maths A level for economics or finance course Watch
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- 20-09-2016 22:58
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- 23-09-2016 00:10
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- 23-09-2016 00:14
For finance maths is almost essential
For economics, some unis do expect maths but there are some where you don't need it (however you are often limited to the BA at unis which do both BA and BSc so if at all possible picking up maths would be a good idea