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I am considering doing a course related to economics at university.
Could anyone tell me some stuff about the different course and what its like to study a course related to economics at university.
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Usually pretty mathematical is my impression. Some courses are renowned to be very mathematical, but any economics degree will necessarily be at least fairly mathematical - even those that don't normally require A-level Maths (as usually you will just learn that material on the course, then proceed to apply it in the same ways as those courses that do require the A-level). If you don't really like calculus then an economics degree might not be a great option.
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If you don't have arrow's impossibility theorem tattooed on your body then you might not enjoy an Econ degree
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(Original post by BenRyan99)
If you don't have arrow's impossibility theorem tattooed on your body then you might not enjoy an Econ degree
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