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    I have to choose my a levels in a few weeks and I am currently deciding between English literature, economics and government and politics.

    I have already chosen to take classical civilisation and maths for certain however can't decided between the last there , I have to choose two more as my school suggests taking four a levels .

    What's most respected, enjoyable and difficult? I am not sure about my future career at first I thought something economics related but now I'm unsure.
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    All three are reasonably facilitating - I've friends who study Economics and really really enjoy it (though I'm a sciences person myself), but don't worry about careers (studying Economics at Uni usually requires Maths!)
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    (Original post by Mia504)
    I have to choose my a levels in a few weeks and I am currently deciding between English literature, economics and government and politics.

    I have already chosen to take classical civilisation and maths for certain however can't decided between the last 3, I have to choose 2 more as my school suggests taking 4 alevels.

    What's most respected enjoyable and difficult? I am not sure about my future career at first I thought something economics related but now I'm unsure.
    Depends what you like really. I would say English and economics are equally respected (English a bit more i guess) then politics.

    IM doing economics if you revise it'll be fine its not that hard. English from what i heard is hard. Politic - atleast in my school is a joke and is piss easy apparently.
 
 
 
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