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Has anyone done economics as an A level and if so would psychology, sociology and business go well with it or law instead of one of the others ?
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Has anyone done economics as an A level and if so would psychology, sociology and business go well with it or law instead of one of the others ?
Very much depends on what you're looking to achieve in terms of career aspirations and also university.

I studies Economics and found it to be very interesting and also relatively easy in terms of exam preparation. I would highly recommend it if you are seeking a career in politics or commercial.
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Has anyone done economics as an A level and if so would psychology, sociology and business go well with it or law instead of one of the others ?
Psychology and sociology have some over lapping content as well as business and economics being very similar content wise. If you want the hard truth? Business is not particularly recommend by universities and is often looked down upon ( at a level not gcse ) many uni’s also state they don’t like business and econ together
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