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    Soo basically I’m choosing my a levels and I think I’m going to do business law maths and economics (one of them being an AS) but I’m not sure if it’s too much or is going to be too difficult?!! I need advice.
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    If its not difficult its not worth doing, those a levels will take you much higher places than nearly any other combination. The question is not for us, its for you. Am i willing to sacrifice?
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    (Original post by tomnelson_)
    If its not difficult its not worth doing, those a levels will take you much higher places than nearly any other combination. The question is not for us, its for you. Am i willing to sacrifice?
    True, but I’m not sure whether I will be able to cope with the content. Have you done your alevels? Wat did u pick?
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    I did maths and found it very hard, despite getting an A* with no effort at gcse. It is a big step up and a much bigger workload no matter what subject you do (though I have heard that business studies isn’t too bad) so you’ve just gotta get your head down😂
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    Maths is difficult, I've heard. If you're worried about that, I would recommend Statistics. Law is content heavy but not too difficult, and the same with Business (assuming, of course, their exam styles match your strengths). Can't tell you much about economics though!
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    They seem like good choices. I am in my 1st year and do math, physics and economics. All a-levels are hard, however maths will probs be your hardest. I suggest doing either law or business as your as as they are the weaker 2.
 
 
 

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