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    I think business will be a better considered exam rather than drama because you can use what you study in the future if you're to open your own business

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    Buisness isn't well regarded You can always study Economics at A Level if it's something you want to pursue but Drama will be really enjoyable and quite well regarded by employers and universities! Good luck, whatever you decide to do (Sorry if this is late)
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    Business.
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    I really reccommend Drama! It's got loads of transferable life skills including team working, and will give you a chance to express your creativity in ways other subjects just can't. It is by NO MEANS an easy subject. I know the syllabus is changing, but I had to do 3 essays comprising of 5000 words altogether and i'm currently doing my unit 3 - literally my hardest exam because it takes up so much time and organisation. (But i think they've changed this now so you'd have to check with your teachers what you're doing). Also it's fun, and a different atmosphere to most other lessons. However, go for the one you enjoy the most, and the one you think you will get the highest marks in
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    Drama, the people you meet, and the relationships you build with them are priceless. Plus, everyone who did Business at my school is was absolutely useless and didn't benefit or motivate them in future life.
 
 
 
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