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What A levels (geography and economics) has more content and which one has more writing? I also heard that if you know the generic structure and answers for large markers in economics you'll be fine ,similar to business, but geography requires more hard work in the fact that its less generic and you have to know all the case studies and answer it more creatively?
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i started doing a levels in both but ended up dropping geography- theyre difficult to compare as theyre pretty different but for me geography was a lot more difficult and technical, it required a good memory, good structural skills and good practical skills too.
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