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    I'm 13 and looking at studying economics at university - in particular LSE, UCL, Warwick, Leeds and maybe Nottingham or Durham. I understand that it's a very competitive course and I was just wondering if anyone had any advice on GCSE choices and stuff that I could do to increase my choices of studying economics.

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    GCSEs really don't matter 😂 if you want a good chance just do well
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    (Original post by emmamaesw)
    I'm 13 and looking at studying economics at university - in particular LSE, UCL, Warwick, Leeds and maybe Nottingham or Durham. I understand that it's a very competitive course and I was just wondering if anyone had any advice on GCSE choices and stuff that I could do to increase my choices of studying economics.

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    ;o You're on the A-levels thread. Could one of you kind admins move this thread to the GCSE thread for the OP, please! Hope you get more replies there
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    Yh the GCSEs you do don't matter but you do need good GCSEs. A levels matter more. For LSE you need maths and further maths. I'm studying economics at UCL next year


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    No one cares about GCSEs

    Choose what you enjoy and study hard.

    Alevel is what you need to worry about and that's 3-4 years away lmfao.
 
 
 
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