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As it's GCSE results day tomorrow, I'm enrolling at my sixth form also. I'm going to choose 3 a levels and I'm struggling to choose between Economics, History, Sociology, Politics and Philosophy. I'm good at history, rs and English currently and I'm stuck with which of the options I'll find easiest and which of those go together. History is a definite out of the options.
Does anyone have any advice?
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(Original post by Nate909)
As it's GCSE results day tomorrow, I'm enrolling at my sixth form also. I'm going to choose 3 a levels and I'm struggling to choose between Economics, History, Sociology, Politics and Philosophy. I'm good at history, rs and English currently and I'm stuck with which of the options I'll find easiest and which of those go together. History is a definite out of the options.
Does anyone have any advice?
Economics has a fair bit of maths in it.
Go with the ones you can get the highest grades in with least effort.
Have a look at the specifications and what you will study.
Talk to the subject teacher and students to see what that teacher is like.
Its not going to make a deal of difference in degree options, so we go back to best grades and least effort.
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