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Hi there,

I’m choosing my A Levels soon and I think I want to do PPE or something similar at uni.

At the moment I definitely want to do Politics, Economics and Maths, but my school makes you do 4 a levels, so I’m not sure about my fourth choice.

I am stuck between either Philosophy and Latin:

•Clearly Philosophy would be more beneficial to the uni course, and I am currently enjoying the philosophical side of RS at GCSE
•But I think Latin is my strongest subject at the moment and I also quite enjoy it

Essentially I am asking 3 questions:

Is Philosophy difficult?
Is A Level Latin much harder than GCSE Latin?
Overall, which of the two should I take?

Thanks in advance!
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Idk how your school works but if you drop a subject next year, think about what subjects you might want to carry on with and what you might drop. Again idk if your allowed to drop any subjects but anyway that’s what i would think to do.
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