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    help on choosing which one of the two (BTEC or A levels) will give me a better chance of joining a good business university in the UK
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    Thought id answered this one in more detail.

    Lots of unis accept BTECS and they are largely continuous assessment so better if you dont like exams.

    Everyone accepts A levels including all universities. They are mostly all exams sat at teh end of two years. They suit people who like exams. Its better to do A levels that are suitable for the course you wish to apply to.

    Subjects like Maths, sciences, History, English and modern languages all sueful.

    For business then maths can be useful, economics not bad.

    On top of that you need the grades.

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