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    I really want to do both but don't have the space!! was just wondering if anyone could give any advice on how hard they are/ how much extra time you have to give to them. I've talked to both subject teachers and both are sure I could take them so in a pickle!! my other choices are bio chem and maths as I want to do biological sciences at uni preferably - any help would be appreciated!!
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    I really want to do both but don't have the space!! was just wondering if anyone could give any advice on how hard they are/ how much extra time you have to give to them. I've talked to both subject teachers and both are sure I could take them so in a pickle!! my other choices are bio chem and maths as I want to do biological sciences at uni preferably - any help would be appreciated!!
    I can't speak for English, but Economics at an A-Level standard is rooted in logic and intuition, so if you can think things through you should be able to handle it with ease. You'll get essay writing skills from both, but perhaps the partly quantitative nature of Economics could lend well with your degree choice?
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