Sociology or further maths for economics

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I am an AS-level student, with a subject combination of maths, physics, economics, and English. I am planning on taking up an extra subject, and as I am aiming for economics, specifically behavioural economics, I think I should take up sociology. however, multiple sources have told me that I should take further maths. I also have the option of taking AP calculus, which is equivalent to further maths. which subjects should I take up?
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(Original post by Pretty.Odd)
I am an AS-level student, with a subject combination of maths, physics, economics, and English. I am planning on taking up an extra subject, and as I am aiming for economics, specifically behavioural economics, I think I should take up sociology. however, multiple sources have told me that I should take further maths. I also have the option of taking AP calculus, which is equivalent to further maths. which subjects should I take up?
Further Maths would be heavily preferred to Sociology, especially if you're looking at a top university.
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No-one needs more than 3 A levels.
5 subjects is pointless as you risk all your grades by doing this.
Remember AAA with always look better than ABBBB
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No-one needs more than 3 A levels.
5 subjects is pointless as you risk all your grades by doing this.
Remember AAA with always look better than ABBBB
I am not taking English for A levels, just for AS. I will be dropping it next year, however, it is compulsory this year.
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(Original post by Pretty.Odd)
I am an AS-level student, with a subject combination of maths, physics, economics, and English. I am planning on taking up an extra subject, and as I am aiming for economics, specifically behavioural economics, I think I should take up sociology. however, multiple sources have told me that I should take further maths. I also have the option of taking AP calculus, which is equivalent to further maths. which subjects should I take up?
I'd rather study new economic fields like: enviromental economics, health economics, labor economics... But behavioral economics seems good to me.
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