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I want to do a hr degree at uni.Which 3 A Levels from these should I take:Business, Law, Sociology, History, Psychology
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I highly suggest doing economics its not that hard at A level i thought the maths would be harder and is more valuable than business and would out you at an advantage. But if not i would do Business with 2 others. Really you need 2 'hard' subjects and 1 soft. Business is considered a 'soft' subject and so is sociology. So either Law, History or Psychology with Business would be your best bet. But it really is up to you. A lot of students do Psychology and many end up regretting it so do your research on Psychology A level i wish someone told me that. I think out of usefulness Law and Psychology w Business would be the best bet as they go better together. Hope this helps.
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I highly suggest doing economics its not that hard at A level i thought the maths would be harder and is more valuable than business and would out you at an advantage. But if not i would do Business with 2 others. Really you need 2 'hard' subjects and 1 soft. Business is considered a 'soft' subject and so is sociology. So either Law, History or Psychology with Business would be your best bet. But it really is up to you. A lot of students do Psychology and many end up regretting it so do your research on Psychology A level i wish someone told me that. I think out of usefulness Law and Psychology w Business would be the best bet as they go better together. Hope this helps.
Im leaning towards Business, History and Law.

Business and History at A Level and Law at BTEC
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Im leaning towards Business, History and Law.

Business and History at A Level and Law at BTEC
Go for it! you can always try it out and switch. Tbh they dont care that much just work hard and get work experience if possible even if its just working in ur local convenience store you can put a spin on it. I do business and i am in a business tutorial so i am seeing loads of people getting rejected/accepted from their top unis. All the people who actually work/have work experience have gotten rly good offers. Also go and do a summer school at a university you want to go to that'll help. EPQ is also a good idea. I wish i had gotten work experience and done an EPQ.
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I want to do a hr degree at uni.Which 3 A Levels from these should I take:Business, Law, Sociology, History, Psychology
Business and Psychology would be the most relevant
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I highly suggest doing economics its not that hard at A level i thought the maths would be harder and is more valuable than business and would out you at an advantage. But if not i would do Business with 2 others. Really you need 2 'hard' subjects and 1 soft. Business is considered a 'soft' subject and so is sociology. So either Law, History or Psychology with Business would be your best bet. But it really is up to you. A lot of students do Psychology and many end up regretting it so do your research on Psychology A level i wish someone told me that. I think out of usefulness Law and Psychology w Business would be the best bet as they go better together. Hope this helps.
hi,
have you done A Level economics or degree level?
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hi,
have you done A Level economics or degree level?
Admittedly no I wish I had tho. the majority of my friends take it and my business teacher is a also an economics
teacher so I have seen the work involved along w my friends being worse than me at maths (they all achieved a grade 5 in GCSE). Obviously degree level economics is pretty hard but the A level is doable.
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Admittedly no I wish I had tho. the majority of my friends take it and my business teacher is a also an economics
teacher so I have seen the work involved along w my friends being worse than me at maths (they all achieved a grade 5 in GCSE). Obviously degree level economics is pretty hard but the A level is doable.
Thanks for getting back to me. I plan to study economics at degree level BA
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Thanks for getting back to me. I plan to study economics at degree level BA
Where are you applying? Good luck
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Where are you applying? Good luck
Lancaster University, the thing I dont know if economics is right for me
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Lancaster University, the thing I dont know if economics is right for me
Ooh Lancaster. I guess you can always get in and change courses if you change your mind,
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Ooh Lancaster. I guess you can always get in and change courses if you change your mind,
yeah, what you doing at the moment
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