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I want to do Economics in uni but I don't want to study maths for a levels. What other subjects would be handy to do with economics at a levels?
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I think you've gotta pretty much study maths for economics at uni
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I think you've gotta pretty much study maths for economics at uni
Not for the science economics or so. Not all economics degrees require maths. I just have to be good with numbers.
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I want to do Economics in uni but I don't want to study maths for a levels. What other subjects would be handy to do with economics at a levels?
I want to note here that whilst it's ultimately up to the university, BSc Economics courses tend to heavily feature A-Level maths content. In my first year alone, we covered S2 material in addition to the standard Core material. Basic concepts like marginal revenue etc. will be expressed in mathematical form so I would strongly recommend taking A-Level Maths if you can and are looking at BSc courses. If nothing else, you will encounter the same material during the degree, so why not get a head start and give yourself less to worry about?
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