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I dont have a maths a level which undermines my confidence to do an economics degree. Is a finance degree worth doing instead or should i go through with economics?
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I dont have a maths a level which undermines my confidence to do an economics degree. Is a finance degree worth doing instead or should i go through with economics?
an economics degree generally requires math a level as a compulsory subject so I doubt you'd be eligible for any of them. I'm unsure about finance but I think the same goes for it. Mathematics is an essential part of any econ/finance degrees. If you find a finance degree that doesn't require math, I think you should go for it rather than economics since mathematics in finance tends to easier and faster to learn that econ based calculus math imo.
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