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I'm wanting to either PPE or maybe sociology and politics and university (something along those lines). What would be my best choice of 3 A levels out of maths, economics, history, politics, philosophy and sociology for what I want to do.
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Honestly any of them will work, for PPE some universities recommend you take maths though. Sociology, politics and maths?
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I'm wanting to either PPE or maybe sociology and politics and university (something along those lines). What would be my best choice of 3 A levels out of maths, economics, history, politics, philosophy and sociology for what I want to do.
Anything involving Economics take Maths. Other than that any subject take your 3 preferred subjects. The most important thing is to get good grades whatever you take.
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I would do maths, economics and politics personally. It depends what you enjoy and what you think you will do well in.
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Applying for PPE - and not just at Oxford - https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/uni.../ppe-at-oxford
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I would say Maths for sure, they do require as an entry requirement for LSE and UCL! History and Economics are also great options
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