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    So, I'm not 100% sure what I want to do be I have strong interests in History, English, Maths, Physics and Economics. I want to be able to do a degree in either Physics, Economics/Finance or Politics/History. Any recommendations on A levels?
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    (Original post by nooneatall28)
    So, I'm not 100% sure what I want to do be I have strong interests in History, English, Maths, Physics and Economics. I want to be able to do a degree in either Physics, Economics/Finance or Politics/History. Any recommendations on A levels?
    I would suggest you choose at least 1 essay based subject, 1 more maths/ science based subject. I think you should choose Economics, Physics and History and those subjects could help you get into degrees for Physics, Economics/Finance or Politics/History. If you want to choose a 4th then go for English in my opinion but speak to your teachers and ask then for some advice, they know you better than I do
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    Don't worry I was still deciding till the day before I began sixth form but now i finally decided and am in year 12. Don't stress atm.
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    (Original post by nooneatall28)
    So, I'm not 100% sure what I want to do be I have strong interests in History, English, Maths, Physics and Economics. I want to be able to do a degree in either Physics, Economics/Finance or Politics/History. Any recommendations on A levels?
    Choose two sciences and 2 essay based
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    (Original post by Jazzy4949)
    I would suggest you choose at least 1 essay based subject, 1 more maths/ science based subject. I think you should choose Economics, Physics and History and those subjects could help you get into degrees for Physics, Economics/Finance or Politics/History. If you want to choose a 4th then go for English in my opinion but speak to your teachers and ask then for some advice, they know you better than I do
    If you want to do a physics course, then maths is absolutely essential
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    Just like the person above said, almost every physics course I know of requires maths, so if you want to do a physics course then you've got to take both those a levels


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