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    I'm currently doing Maths, Economics, Chemistry, English Literature + an EPQ on human geography/economics. I'm going to drop one of those subjects and can't decide between Chemistry and English Literature.

    Please don't try to persuade me to do Further Maths or keep all four subjects, these are my only realistic options.
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    (Original post by Lifal12)
    I'm currently doing Maths, Economics, Chemistry, English Literature + an EPQ on human geography/economics. I'm going to drop one of those subjects and can't decide between Chemistry and English Literature.

    Please don't try to persuade me to do Further Maths or keep all four subjects, these are my only realistic options.
    Which one is your stronger subject?

    Honestly, I would say you could drop either as neither directly relates to your course, but I would personally advise you to drop Chemistry. That way your A-levels show a good balance and variety and that you are a good all-rounder -- English Literature is also good for analysis, a skill that may or may not be useful for Economics.

    Bumping your thread so you get more responses.
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    (Original post by Lifal12)
    I'm currently doing Maths, Economics, Chemistry, English Literature + an EPQ on human geography/economics. I'm going to drop one of those subjects and can't decide between Chemistry and English Literature.

    Please don't try to persuade me to do Further Maths or keep all four subjects, these are my only realistic options.
    Is this as or a2
    U only need maths econ and another so i wud say do whatever u think u can get best grade if its equal chems a lotttttt harder but seen as more harder and a science so its better
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    English is my stronger subject out of the two and this is for A2 since my school doesn't offer AS anymore.
 
 
 
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