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    Ok, i don't know whether i should change my AS Choices of Business Studies & Law to do Economics and Maths instead in complience with English Lit and History. Has anyone got any advice on what i should do?
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    What do you want to do at uni?

    Do the subjects you enjoy the most. They all seem like pretty good subjects anyway. But maybe Economics is better than business.
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    id do economics and maths instead
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    Put it this way, i got nearly identical GCSE's to you, and took bio, chem, physics and business studies. Business studies was a complete waste of time, lessons were a joke, its not respected, and i still got AA<pending>
    Consequently ive had to cram a full maths a-level into my second year, so do yourself a favour and take maths instead of business studies..
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    (Original post by ChrisRH)
    Put it this way, i got nearly identical GCSE's to you, and took bio, chem, physics and business studies. Business studies was a complete waste of time, lessons were a joke, its not respected, and i still got AA<pending>
    Consequently ive had to cram a full maths a-level into my second year, so do yourself a favour and take maths instead of business studies..
    Did you do intermediate tier, gcse maths? I dont know wether or not I should take maths at college
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    I did higher but i got a B. I'd completley forgotten everything in 12 months but it wasnt hard to pick it all back up again from C1, try do Edex maths because i think C1 runs really nicely into the A-level and gives you chance to return to anything you diddnt do at GCSE.
    Just go for it, you WILL get bored in business studies..(to the OP)
    Just go for it, it will help you apply for anything(to above)
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    (Original post by Holski)
    If I was you I'd take Economics and Maths. I've heard some universities don't like you to have both Economics and Business studies, so I wouldn't take both.
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    Yeah definitely don't do both economics and business studies! Economics and Maths would be a very very good combination! Also, most unis ask for A Level maths if you want to do an Economics Degree. And with english and history, you've got a very well respected, traditional and cooperate combination there.
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    (Original post by Triplet1)
    What do you want to do at uni?

    Do the subjects you enjoy the most. They all seem like pretty good subjects anyway. But maybe Economics is better than business.
    i want to study either law or economics now at uni.

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    Did you do intermediate tier, gcse maths? I dont know wether or not I should take maths at college.
    Well my teacher said that she wanted to put me on higher in the last 6 months of the GCSE course but i declined. I did the intermediate paper and i didn't even revise for it, so if i were to do the higher paper with a lot of revision i most probaly would have got an A.
 
 
 

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