Would I struggle in an economics degree if I didn’t do econ for a levels Watch

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Hi I was just wondering whether I would struggle if I didn’t to economics at A level but am doing as a degree. Would u advise going down this route or choose a different degree?

I want to become a chartered accountant but feel economics is has better recognition than accounting and finance, is this necessarily true?
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If you want to become an accountant you'd probably be better off doing an accountancy and finance degree- especially if you can find one which will also lead to other accounting qualifications.

However, if you're not sure you definitely want to be an accountant, you'd be fine doing economics without economics A-level. It's not an A-level all schools offer, so unis are used to catering to people who haven't studied economics as A-level.
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