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    I am looking to apply to Nottingham to do Economics. I don't know if I should do single honors or joint. Is just Economics bad? How much harder is Mathematics and Economics?
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    There isnt a right answer here. It depends on what you enjoy and want to do. The BSc economics single includes maths relevant to economics and extends above A level. If you love maths, the joint degree covers much more straight maths. The first year is 2/3s maths, and 50:50 thereafter. The joint will restrict you economics module options, due to doing maths too. If you love maths and see your future in maths analysis roles, the joint would suit. If you love economics, the single gives you more scope to explore it. I would suggest looking at the detailed modules, then decide. Good luck.
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