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    Is an Economics Degree harder than an Economics A Level?

    I am currently studying it for A Level and wanted to pursue Economics at University. A lot of people say A Levels are easier than Degree courses.
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    (Original post by r.mehtaa)
    Is an Economics Degree harder than an Economics A Level?

    I am currently studying it for A Level and wanted to pursue Economics at University. A lot of people say A Levels are easier than Degree courses.
    It depends on how you define it. For instance obviously a degree is harder than A level but it may be easier to cope with than you did at A level if you know what I mean.


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    [QUOTE=RossB1702;67843558]It depends on how you define it. For instance obviously a degree is harder than A level but it may be easier to cope with than you did at A level if you know what I mean.


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    Is the content of the work more hard?
 
 
 
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