GiselleCoulter
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I can't decide wether to study geography or economics next year at GCSE. Any help with these 2 subjects- postives and negatives would be good. Thanks.
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I don't know much about economics but I do geography and got an a* in my first module. I find it really interesting as it's about human and physical geography and there is field trips where skills can be applied. It's a lot of learning off definitions and processes but it's not hard to understand and quite fun.
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Tbh just go for whichever one you enjoy the most, both are well regarded. One thing to consider though is that you can do economics A level without the GCSE, but Geography is must harder without the GCSE
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At GCSE just take easy subjects. I did both, got an A* in geography and an A in economics. Imo economics is harder at GCSE and it took me more effort to obtain an A than it did for me to get an A* in geography.
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Thank you for your help.
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