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hi i didnt do economics for gcse but was wondering if it would be worth while for me to do it for a level. is it too hard to start learning it from a level or is it okay? im quite good at maths so i dont think it would be a problem but is the content too difficult to understand if i start from a level?
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Most people start from A level, the course starts afresh and there's not as much maths as you would think. You'll have nothing to worry about, do make sure you keep up with economic news
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(Original post by sj.21)
Most people start from A level, the course starts afresh and there's not as much maths as you would think. You'll have nothing to worry about, do make sure you keep up with economic news
okay thankyou so much!!
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