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What course might be best for me to apply to as I do A2 ICT, Law and Business. I can't exactly decide on what degree I should study but I have a few I am interested in but would first like to see what others think I might find interesting based on my chosen a levels.

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I mean I could just talk to myself like Em did (talk 2 myself song ref) 😂😂😂
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(Original post by Dragon5555)
What course might be best for me to apply to as I do A2 ICT, Law and Business. I can't exactly decide on what degree I should study but I have a few I am interested in but would first like to see what others think I might find interesting based on my chosen a levels.

AS: AAB
Also, what universities might consider me?

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Wow, no reply.

I think you can study Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE). Others may include business & finance, law, politics, information technology, history etc.

The absence of maths and other science subjects limit your chances to go into science or engineering.

For your grades and subjects i would suggest PPE. You can look at unis like UCL, Manchester, Queen Mary, LSE, Exeter, Durham, Warwick and York.

Look for what interests you and pursue it.

Good luck
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Wow, no reply.

I think you can study Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE). Others may include business & finance, law, politics, information technology, history etc.

The absence of maths and other science subjects limit your chances to go into science or engineering.

For your grades and subjects i would suggest PPE. You can look at unis like UCL, Manchester, Queen Mary, LSE, Exeter, Durham, Warwick and York.

Look for what interests you and pursue it.

Good luck
How? OP doesnt have maths so how can they study economics and PPE?

Some universities may allow you to study economics without studying maths at a level

Law might be too unrealistic as your a levels are a bit relaxed

You could study accounting
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Aso why dont ya study as maths? Lse accept students for accounting and finance if you gcse maths grade is A

You could check out warwick also
Cass business school offer finance bsc without maths a level

Thats 3 already if you choose the accounting/finance pathway
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How? OP doesnt have maths so how can they study economics and PPE?

Some universities may allow you to study economics without studying maths at a level

Law might be too unrealistic as your a levels are a bit relaxed

You could study accounting
The OP will drop econ after first year to focus on just Philosophy and Politics. Some PPE students tend to do that.

I mentioned in my previous post that they will struggle because of the absence of math.

I dont think anything heavy on accounting or finance will be good since there will be maths. Besides there may be a reason why the OP does not have maths at a level.
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The OP will drop econ after first year to focus on just Philosophy and Politics. Some PPE students tend to do that.

I mentioned in my previous post that they will struggle because of the absence of math.

I dont think anything heavy on accounting or finance will be good since there will be maths. Besides there may be a reason why the OP does not have maths at a level.
What do you think of me studying law?
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What do you think of me studying law?
If you want to study law and can do it, then go for it. My only issue from speaking with mates is that law requires LOADS of reading and remembering stuff.

For any course or degree, you have to be sure about it, whether it is PPE or Law.
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Advice here : https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/uni...-what-to-study
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