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    Hello everyone.I'm gald to hear your suggestions here!THX a lot!
    While I've learned math,further math,business studies and physics in my AS year,and I've got AABC ,separately.
    And I hope to study management in university.
    Now I've decided to continue double math and business in my A2 year.While for university of Warwick,which is the one I plan to apply, their typical offer for management is AAB+b in AS,however for UCL,it is AAB+a pass in AS.
    Actually I hate physics and I'm not sure if I can do better in retake unless I try to learn it again.
    Someone says accounting is easy,so I plan to pick it in my A2 year.But the problem is that it is an absolutely new subject for me,while for physics,at least I've already learned for one year.....
    What can I do? I'm quite confused
    Thx again!
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    well i guess if u have done alright in maths and further maths...accounting shouldnt be too hard to grasp and if you hate physics you're not gunna want to try to re-learn it and may end up wasting another year on it and still only getting a C when you could really excell at accounting and get an A. But thats just my thoughts
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    (Original post by charlieb89)
    well i guess if u have done alright in maths and further maths...accounting shouldnt be too hard to grasp and if you hate physics you're not gunna want to try to re-learn it and may end up wasting another year on it and still only getting a C when you could really excell at accounting and get an A. But thats just my thoughts
    Thx, actually I agreed with u. I'm just a little hesitant
    Because physics is a science subject ,I consider if it will be better for me to apply universities.
    if I choose accounting,will it be too similar in my learning subjects? I'm doing business as well.....
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    Hmmm i dunno! I just think that a C in physics surely aint as good as an A in accounting?! But thats just what i thought. Of course a science subject does look/is better but you will always still have the C in physics so essentially you may end up with as C Physics and an A/B as in accounting. If ya get me?!
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    got your point, cheers!!!!!!
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    No worries! Glad to be some help! Good luck with it all!
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    Accounting is easy enough at A level- I didn't do it, but the degree course it OK! Physics, however, is much more respected and I would vote that.
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    No, You should leave your C at AS - Physics is one of the top hardest A Levels. You should be happy with a C! Although Physics is more respected than Accounting A Uni would rather see that A or B in Accounting.

    DO Accounting. Its quite easy. (I have seen past papers)
 
 
 

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