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Hello ,

I'm currently selecting my modules for Econ and Modern History, and have one more space to fill up. My maths isn't particularly strong, therefore I'll need to dedicate extra studying and effort towards my Econ modules during my first year.

I'm mature student who didn't do maths at secondary school and don't feel 100% confident in my studying or academic abilities, so don't want throw myself in the deep end straight away. Any suggestions of modules that are known to be 'easy' just to fill the 120 credits?

Thank you!
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Hello ,

I'm currently selecting my modules for Econ and Modern History, and have one more space to fill up. My maths isn't particularly strong, therefore I'll need to dedicate extra studying and effort towards my Econ modules during my first year.

I'm mature student who didn't do maths at secondary school and don't feel 100% confident in my studying or academic abilities, so don't want throw myself in the deep end straight away. Any suggestions of modules that are known to be 'easy' just to fill the 120 credits?

Thank you!
i would SERIOUSLY avoid an Economics degree without confidence in maths. people think econ is just a bit mathsy, but it's actually applied maths at 2nd year level onwards.

psychology was an easy module in my day but it MIGHT have been made more rigorous, sustainable development and social anthropology are the standard easy ones
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