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Hello! I have to decide on my alevels for next year, am stuck deciding on a 4th as, geography or economics, am only looking to do it at as level, and was wondering if anyone could give me advice. My exam board is CCEA. I have done both at GCSE level
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(Original post by TheJamJar)
Hello! I have to decide on my alevels for next year, am stuck deciding on a 4th as, geography or economics, am only looking to do it at as level, and was wondering if anyone could give me advice. My exam board is CCEA. I have done both at GCSE level
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What other A levels have you chosen? How did you find both of them at GCSE?
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Hi i did at geography AS level and i continued it on to A2 , i found the jump from GCSE to AS for CCEA very small compared to my other subjects so i would really recommend it, i didn't do economics but i had a few friends who really struggled with it and didn't do so well, hope this helps !
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Thanks for the reply Kristen, am enjoying GCSE geography so if there isn't much of a step up that could be perfect

Quick use I picked maths, chemistry and biology 😨, and at GCSE level find both subjects quite easy
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