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    i was thinking of choosing: maths, further maths, history and then either:
    physics
    economics
    chemistry

    i'm stuck and i wanna know what you think would be a good choice
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    economics or physics

    physics is interesting, but so is economics. id only take one maths personally
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    d'ya know how similar econmoics is to business studies gcse? cuz i'm doing really well in business studies (well its kinda easy)
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    All three are well-respected, it quite simply comes down to what you prefer, and what do you want to do for a degree.
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    i dont know as im doing gcse business atm aswell. it is easy. i had 87% in my end of year exams last year. i dont know though tbh...
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    k thanks, i think i'm gonna do physics or economics or maybe both instead of history, hmm decisons
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    history is meant to be really hard for a level. why both maths?
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    i quite like maths and i am good at it (though with my current work rate i'll prolly fail my gcses )

    i dunno about history but i'm quite good at gcse, is it a big step up?
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    apparently so. my mum had an a for o levels (gcse) but scraped a c for a levels.

    im good at maths aswell, but would you really want double of it? im good at it but i hate it
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    i don't mind doing maths cuz we got a good teacher and most of my friends are also good at it but at the moment i can't see me getting good gcses (i've been predicted straight a*s and i know i'm not gonna get that and i feel pressurised)
 
 
 
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