Tia.111
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hi I want to become an accountant the a levels I've chosen are
economics
English literature
accounting

I chose not to do maths as it's not a subject km the best at and I've been told by many that A level maths is very difficult.I've been predicted grade 6 (B) in the subject but don't want to take the risk of having it as an a level.I however love English literature and therefore chose it instead of maths .

Are the options I've picked a good set ??
I'm not trying to get into top end uni's maybe something like Birmingham uni or Leicester but wanted to know if these would be an good choice?
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Yes, those A levels are fine. Honestly, pick A levels you love and enjoy. There are no subject requirements for accounting unless you are applying to the very top unis LSE or Warwick in which you need Maths A level . I am in Year 13 and have applied for accounting and finance. I did Maths, Economics and Geography. Honestly, Maths A level has been difficult and a waste of time for me. I keep on getting D's and E's when my other subjects are straight A's and B's. I thought A level maths was needed for accounting (it helps with your uni application), but is not at all essential. I have loved Economics and Geography though (especially Economics) and wish I took a different subject as opposed to Maths. English lit is a really good choice for any degree choice as writing is required in many professions. Accounting A level will only make your application even stronger. Good luck with your A level choices and hope all goes well for you
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perfectly decent, especially as you leave Eng Lit open as a degree in a subject you like.
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thank you so much you've helped me with my worries
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You might also consider the use of maths exam at a level or as to keep up to speed with numeracy.
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(Original post by ajj2000)
You might also consider the use of maths exam at a level or as to keep up to speed with numeracy.
that's a good idea and I will do so thx
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