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Hi guys, I’m in a situation whereby I’m studying law but would like to switch over to a BA in Economics, my only issue is I suck at Maths. I haven’t studied it since GCSE and the sight of all the numbers and algebra scares me. Given its a BA course, am I over reacting or will my weakness in Maths mean I wont do well in the course.
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(Original post by Anonymous1834)
Hi guys, I’m in a situation whereby I’m studying law but would like to switch over to a BA in Economics, my only issue is I suck at Maths. I haven’t studied it since GCSE and the sight of all the numbers and algebra scares me. Given its a BA course, am I over reacting or will my weakness in Maths mean I wont do well in the course.
Did you do A level economics?
Have you seen how much maths the course involves?
Some economics degree require maths A level.
You sound like you could struggle.

What about Economics with a foundation year?
What about a joint degree in business and economics.
Talk to the course organiser and have a look at A level textbooks to see if that seems ok for you.
Do not enrol until you know what you are doing.
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