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Im currently taking 4 subjects in Alevels which is Law, business, economics and maths. Its been like 4 to 5 months now but im still struggling at maths so much that i will need to use most of my time to study maths and not focus so much on the others, should i consider to drop maths after i completed AS or should i just drop it now? Btw im planning to study either law or economics in the future.
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I can help you with maths?? doing a degree in it
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That is only a decision you can make. What do you want to study at university if you want to go?

Universities see A level business and economics to have overlap, so you may struggle to get an offer. Also, none of your subjects besides maths are considered facilitating.

Even if you're 100% set on dropping maths, just get the AS qualification first I'd say as it would help with university admissions, even if you don't finish the whole A-level. Also even if continuing to study it harms your other AS levels, it won't matter as it won't count towards your final A level grades in those subjects. You'll have time over the summer to sharpen up on the other three subjects.
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