Should I take politics or geography for A level?

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I'm currently choosing my subjects for AS/A level and I've picked Psychology, Economics, English Literature and Politics. I'm currently on a grade 9 for geography GCSE and it's my favourite subject, I really love it. I'm reconsidering taking Geography instead of Politics. I would love to do both but they're in the same block and unchangable. For now, I think I'd like to pursue International Relations in university. Please help me out; I'm not sure if I should stick with Politics or change it to Geography. I'm interested in both, but I need help with the pros and cons of each subject to help me make the right decision.
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(Original post by sunnygudi)
I'm currently choosing my subjects for AS/A level and I've picked Psychology, Economics, English Literature and Politics. I'm currently on a grade 9 for geography GCSE and it's my favourite subject, I really love it. I'm reconsidering taking Geography instead of Politics. I would love to do both but they're in the same block and unchangable. For now, I think I'd like to pursue International Relations in university. Please help me out; I'm not sure if I should stick with Politics or change it to Geography.
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Most Universities don't have specific entry requirements for International Relations, therefore may accept geography as a choice.
Speaking from personal experience it is so important to pick subjects that you love, otherwise you will not enjoy your A-Levels.

Choosing geography should not impact your chances of going to study International Relations

Hope this helps!
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