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    Thanks. Our school only offers Math SL and HL (not studies), and I am worried that my other subjects will seem too soft, if I don't take Maths at HL. Right now I have decided on starting off with 4 highers and two at SL:
    Spanish B HL
    Geography HL
    Business Management HL
    Maths HL
    Computer Science SL
    English SL

    This will allow me to drop maths or business management, depending whether any is too difficult and depending on which course I prefer. Would that be a suiltable option?
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    (Original post by astonky)
    Hi, I am interested in choosing the following subjects for my IB diploma programme:

    English A SL/HL
    Spanish B HL
    Geography HL
    Business Management SL/HL
    Computer Science SL
    Maths SL/HL

    1. I have not had computer science classes so far, but we can choose between either biology, physics or computer science, and to me biology and physics were really boring. Is computer science manageable?
    2. I am not sure whether I should take English, Maths or Business Management for my third higher level. I think I would prefer to choose Business Management, but that is a self-study online course and I haven't had any classes in the subject before. So should I go for English instead? Or perhaps Maths? Which is easiest?
    3. Is this a good choice considering I am interested in studying business management at uni?
    Hi there! I don't have much experience with IB, but I've done some research over the holidays on what IB subjects are best for studying a particular field at university.

    Assuming that you've decided that you're going to study Business Management for certain in the future, I would personally go with these options, since they'd be the most useful for a business degree:

    Economics HL (preferred) OR Business Management HL
    Maths HL
    Spanish B HL
    and
    English SL
    Computer Science SL
    Geography SL

    From what I've heard, IB Business is considered a "soft" subject - IB Economics is the preferred subject you should be taking if you want to go into any finance/management field. However, IB Business is also alright - just bear in mind that you may be disadvantaged to someone who takes IB Economics instead, especially if you're applying to elite universities.

    If you were to pick between IB HL English or Maths, I'd say Maths, but only because I associate business and management more with numbers. I think that if you were aiming to go into finance, definitely consider Maths, because you're probably going to be doing quite a fair amount of that in the future. In an ideal world, though, I'd recommend you do both IB English and Maths at H, since the combination of English, Business/Economics and Maths is very useful for the business field.

    However, to answer one of your previous questions, there's really not much difference between IB English and Maths - they're both quite difficult subjects to take at HL. It honestly depends on what your strengths are. If you want to get a good grasp of what studying both subjects will be like, I recommend taking a look at some of the IB past papers for both subjects online.

    Of course, if you still want to take IB HL Geography and Spanish, that would be perfectly fine as well. If you're sticking by those choices, then yes, definitely go for Business HL (or like I said, Economics) - if you definitely want to do Business in University, then it is either compulsory to do HL Business or recommended. Try checking some University's requirements to study Business Management.

    Anyway, I hope this helped a bit! Good luck with picking your IBs!
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    (Original post by astonky)
    Thanks. Our school only offers Math SL and HL (not studies), and I am worried that my other subjects will seem too soft, if I don't take Maths at HL. Right now I have decided on starting off with 4 highers and two at SL:
    Spanish B HL
    Geography HL
    Business Management HL
    Maths HL
    Computer Science SL
    English SL

    This will allow me to drop maths or business management, depending whether any is too difficult and depending on which course I prefer. Would that be a suiltable option?
    Oh haha wait, turns out you already made your decision. Ignore everything I said!
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    Oh, that's fine. Your advice is still useful, as we can change our options till the beginning of next school year. Unfortunately, our school does not offer Economics, but I hope business management is fine (since that is probably what I will study at uni). I would take English at HL, but I think math may be more relevant, and I really love geography and spanish. So as I mentioned before, I will start doing 4 highers, and perhaps swap things around a little when I start the course.
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    Hey guys, I'm suddenly having some doubts about my IB options, which are currently:

    HL English LangLit, Chemistry, History
    SL Economics, Maths, Chinese

    I'm considering taking HL Philosophy. I don't take HL History at GCSE, but I take Philosophy + Religious Studies, so all the teachers are saying that I will have to study the GCSE History syllabus over summer (or else I will risk failing the first few months). I spoke with the HE Department today, and they have said that both subjects are generally regarded as prestigious - however, I still have some qualms over which to pick.

    What do you guys think?
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    (Original post by nusquam)
    Hey guys, I'm suddenly having some doubts about my IB options, which are currently:

    HL English LangLit, Chemistry, History
    SL Economics, Maths, Chinese

    I'm considering taking HL Philosophy. I don't take HL History at GCSE, but I take Philosophy + Religious Studies, so all the teachers are saying that I will have to study the GCSE History syllabus over summer (or else I will risk failing the first few months). I spoke with the HE Department today, and they have said that both subjects are generally regarded as prestigious - however, I still have some qualms over which to pick.

    What do you guys think?
    Hi!

    This is really just my opinion, but I'd say if you didn't take History at GCSE, it would be best not to go for History at HL, unless you are confident in your ability and know that you are capable of doing well. I am currently on my final year of (I)GCSE, and although I didn't choose it for IB, I have done the IGCSE History course, and for me, it's not a piece of cake (but I do score decent grades for most of my tests). I've heard that HL History is an extremely rigourous course however, so if it were me, I would decide to stick with Philo+RS, unless you're more or highly interested in History (I also think it depends on what kind of field you'd like to go into after IB).

    I'm doing something similar for my IB choices too -- I picked HL Economics even though I've never taken the GCSE course, but I heard SL Economics is ab initio and the jump from SL to HL isn't that big so I decided to go for it! Ultimately, the decision is up to you, so don't take me word for word because my opinion is just one amongst many hahah x)
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    Hi!

    This is really just my opinion, but I'd say if you didn't take History at GCSE, it would be best not to go for History at HL, unless you are confident in your ability and know that you are capable of doing well. I am currently on my final year of (I)GCSE, and although I didn't choose it for IB, I have done the IGCSE History course, and for me, it's not a piece of cake (but I do score decent grades for most of my tests). I've heard that HL History is an extremely rigourous course however, so if it were me, I would decide to stick with Philo+RS, unless you're more or highly interested in History (I also think it depends on what kind of field you'd like to go into after IB).

    I'm doing something similar for my IB choices too -- I picked HL Economics even though I've never taken the GCSE course, but I heard SL Economics is ab initio and the jump from SL to HL isn't that big so I decided to go for it! Ultimately, the decision is up to you, so don't take me word for word because my opinion is just one amongst many hahah x)
    Thanks so much for your advice!

    I was wondering, what fields would IB Philosophy enable me to go into? I know History is useful for going into law (although it's not a compulsory subject). I have some degree of interest in doing law, but I'm not sure if I'd be able to do it with Philosophy instead of History. Like I said, I know that History isn't required, but it's recommended, and would it put me at a disadvantage if I were to take Philosophy instead?
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    (Original post by nusquam)
    Thanks so much for your advice!

    I was wondering, what fields would IB Philosophy enable me to go into? I know History is useful for going into law (although it's not a compulsory subject). I have some degree of interest in doing law, but I'm not sure if I'd be able to do it with Philosophy instead of History. Like I said, I know that History isn't required, but it's recommended, and would it put me at a disadvantage if I were to take Philosophy instead?
    Okay, first of all, just a disclaimer because I am unfamiliar with philosopy and its career prospects and everything, so I'm resorting to good ol' google here! I've found that yes, it is rather possible to study law if you've taken philosophy. However, I am not sure if it is a better or worse option. (sorry about that ) I've also found that there is something called the philosophy of law! (Don't know if you'd be interested in that haha, but if you're interested, I guess it's something you can think about!) But once again, this information might not be accurate because a lot of the sites I looked at were about majoring in philosophy in university/college. But if you're looking to go to law school, majoring in philosophy is apparently a great choice! (http://www.umsl.edu/~philo/Undergrad...ogram/Pre-Law/).

    I'm sorry I couldn't offer much help -- for this aspect, google will probably be your best bet because I have pretty much no experience with Philosophy and its prospects x)
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    (Original post by chenji)
    Okay, first of all, just a disclaimer because I am unfamiliar with philosopy and its career prospects and everything, so I'm resorting to good ol' google here! I've found that yes, it is rather possible to study law if you've taken philosophy. However, I am not sure if it is a better or worse option. (sorry about that ) I've also found that there is something called the philosophy of law! (Don't know if you'd be interested in that haha, but if you're interested, I guess it's something you can think about!) But once again, this information might not be accurate because a lot of the sites I looked at were about majoring in philosophy in university/college. But if you're looking to go to law school, majoring in philosophy is apparently a great choice! (http://www.umsl.edu/~philo/Undergrad...ogram/Pre-Law/).

    I'm sorry I couldn't offer much help -- for this aspect, google will probably be your best bet because I have pretty much no experience with Philosophy and its prospects x)
    Ahhh you've been a massive help to me, thank you so so much! I've been indecisive for months about whether or not to take Philosophy or History to the point where all my teachers are just annoyed at me.

    I've done a bit of a Google search, and the skillsets both subjects offer are similar, with the exception that History skills are more well-regarded (I might have to double-check this one again). Many people are saying that Philosophy is a lot easier than History - however, I've spoken to teachers before and looked at past papers, and honestly, the difficulty seems to be the same.

    I still have several reservations about taking History (should I choose to do it), but some people are saying that although basic GCSE knowledge is useful, it is not compulsory, as a) social sciences/humanities are taught from scratch, and b) very little of the IB curriculum consists of GCSE information.

    Anyway, I'll have a bit more of a look around. The only problem I have with this currently is that there isn't much information on IB Philosophy as there is on History - perhaps it comes down to the fact that History is a better, more popular choice?
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    Ahhh you've been a massive help to me, thank you so so much! I've been indecisive for months about whether or not to take Philosophy or History to the point where all my teachers are just annoyed at me.

    I've done a bit of a Google search, and the skillsets both subjects offer are similar, with the exception that History skills are more well-regarded (I might have to double-check this one again). Many people are saying that Philosophy is a lot easier than History - however, I've spoken to teachers before and looked at past papers, and honestly, the difficulty seems to be the same.

    I still have several reservations about taking History (should I choose to do it), but some people are saying that although basic GCSE knowledge is useful, it is not compulsory, as a) social sciences/humanities are taught from scratch, and b) very little of the IB curriculum consists of GCSE information.

    Anyway, I'll have a bit more of a look around. The only problem I have with this currently is that there isn't much information on IB Philosophy as there is on History - perhaps it comes down to the fact that History is a better, more popular choice?
    Perhaps it is more popular, but don't take that as a sign that it is better! I guess it's true that you probably won't need tons of prior knowledge to taking History, as I think the topics you learn are a bit different, but having taken GCSE History, you'd be more confident in terms of exam/revision techniques and the way you learn the information. Then again, I am not exactly sure if there will be any overlap with any of the topics done at GCSE and IB, but obviously it would be helpful if you've taken the GCSE course.

    Once again, it's entirely up to you to decide what's best for yourself, if you think you are capable of doing the HL History course, go for it! (But make sure that you've thoroughly considered everything!)

    I picked the wrong subjects for my GCSEs, and I can tell you that right now I must say that I painfully regret my choices, but I have no choice but to stick with it. One of many reasons was because I listened to a student a year above who warned me not to take a certain subject, but now I realise that it was really just his opinion, and I regret listening to him. I also think it was partly due to my lack of consideration, and ultimately, it has affected my IB choice options as well (but not so much, which is a relief). So my point is to make sure you choose carefully, especially as this is IB and not just some lousy GCSEs that most schools won't even pay attention to! xD
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    (Original post by chenji)
    Perhaps it is more popular, but don't take that as a sign that it is better! I guess it's true that you probably won't need tons of prior knowledge to taking History, as I think the topics you learn are a bit different, but having taken GCSE History, you'd be more confident in terms of exam/revision techniques and the way you learn the information. Then again, I am not exactly sure if there will be any overlap with any of the topics done at GCSE and IB, but obviously it would be helpful if you've taken the GCSE course.

    Once again, it's entirely up to you to decide what's best for yourself, if you think you are capable of doing the HL History course, go for it! (But make sure that you've thoroughly considered everything!)

    I picked the wrong subjects for my GCSEs, and I can tell you that right now I must say that I painfully regret my choices, but I have no choice but to stick with it. One of many reasons was because I listened to a student a year above who warned me not to take a certain subject, but now I realise that it was really just his opinion, and I regret listening to him. I also think it was partly due to my lack of consideration, and ultimately, it has affected my IB choice options as well (but not so much, which is a relief). So my point is to make sure you choose carefully, especially as this is IB and not just some lousy GCSEs that most schools won't even pay attention to! xD
    Having studied Philosophy + Religious Studies at GCSE, I think that I have quite a good grasp on exam technique - especially since PRS is a content and essay-based subject as well. Although the information at GCSE History is different, I do think that the skills I've learned from PRS will be sufficient to help me a little bit in IB.

    I picked the wrong GCSE subjects too - instead of taking GCSE PRS and Physics, I feel that I should have done History and Economics instead, since I don't want to be studying a science in the future (I don't even know why I chose two sciences).

    You've given me a lot of helpful advice, which I sincerely appreciate, but I've always been indecisive, so I think I'm going to have to do a bit more research. I'm leaning more towards IB History, though - although I haven't studied it previously, there are certain aspects to it that seem interesting (although Philosophy has that too), so I wouldn't mind taking it terribly. My parents are also leaning me towards taking History - they feel as if it will be a better choice for me. Can't help but feel like I should listen to them, since they have more experience?

    If you don't mind me asking, what are your current IB options, and what did you pick for GCSE?
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    (Original post by nusquam)
    Having studied Philosophy + Religious Studies at GCSE, I think that I have quite a good grasp on exam technique - especially since PRS is a content and essay-based subject as well. Although the information at GCSE History is different, I do think that the skills I've learned from PRS will be sufficient to help me a little bit in IB.

    I picked the wrong GCSE subjects too - instead of taking GCSE PRS and Physics, I feel that I should have done History and Economics instead, since I don't want to be studying a science in the future (I don't even know why I chose two sciences).

    You've given me a lot of helpful advice, which I sincerely appreciate, but I've always been indecisive, so I think I'm going to have to do a bit more research. I'm leaning more towards IB History, though - although I haven't studied it previously, there are certain aspects to it that seem interesting (although Philosophy has that too), so I wouldn't mind taking it terribly. My parents are also leaning me towards taking History - they feel as if it will be a better choice for me. Can't help but feel like I should listen to them, since they have more experience?

    If you don't mind me asking, what are your current IB options, and what did you pick for GCSE?
    Well that's great! I'm glad that I could offer any help or insight at all, seeing as it's pretty much my first time helping someone out on this forum!
    The subjects I took for (I)GCSE are: History, Geography (a terrible, terrible mistake), Music, and Chinese. For science, I did the double award course (there's a triple award option which basically counts as two subjects because you learn more of the syllabus and you also have more lessons per week than the double award). English, Maths and IT are mandatory subjects.

    My initial choice was DT in place of Geography, but my options clashed as there weren't enough classes for me to take two art subjects, so I chose Economics, but I was indecisive, and ended up changing my choice to Geography after briefly flicking through the Geography course page. Looking back, I wish that I took Economics and Media (so I can take HL Economics with confidence and SL Film) instead of Geography and Music, but I guess it's too late to do that now!

    For my IB choices (so far), I've selected HL Maths, Chemistry, and Economics, SL Chinese A, English A Literature, and Music. I am currently trying to drop down to HL Chinese B (SL A Chinese was the only option open for me and my teacher refuses to open the HL B option up for me...which sucks because I am already struggling with Chinese now..) and am planning to apply for a change from SL Music to Bio. As you can see, I am an extremely indecisive person hahah xD

    45/45 here I go!! (just joking)
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    Warning about HL visual arts, get on your process portfolio early, I did so much in my sketchbooks cos that's what my teacher advised and when I came to making the digital pages for submission it took ages and I was not pleased with the result. Make sure the art department is on it and if they aren't you need to be. Mine was focussed on the a level and GCSEs 😪
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    Well that's great! I'm glad that I could offer any help or insight at all, seeing as it's pretty much my first time helping someone out on this forum!
    The subjects I took for (I)GCSE are: History, Geography (a terrible, terrible mistake), Music, and Chinese. For science, I did the double award course (there's a triple award option which basically counts as two subjects because you learn more of the syllabus and you also have more lessons per week than the double award). English, Maths and IT are mandatory subjects.

    My initial choice was DT in place of Geography, but my options clashed as there weren't enough classes for me to take two art subjects, so I chose Economics, but I was indecisive, and ended up changing my choice to Geography after briefly flicking through the Geography course page. Looking back, I wish that I took Economics and Media (so I can take HL Economics with confidence and SL Film) instead of Geography and Music, but I guess it's too late to do that now!

    For my IB choices (so far), I've selected HL Maths, Chemistry, and Economics, SL Chinese A, English A Literature, and Music. I am currently trying to drop down to HL Chinese B (SL A Chinese was the only option open for me and my teacher refuses to open the HL B option up for me...which sucks because I am already struggling with Chinese now..) and am planning to apply for a change from SL Music to Bio. As you can see, I am an extremely indecisive person hahah xD

    45/45 here I go!! (just joking)
    I am so annoyed - I typed up a response on my phone and my browser crashed I want to rip my face off.

    You said that you took History at GCSE, but I can't help but notice that you didn't take it at IB. Could you tell me what studying History at GCSE was like, and why you didn't choose it at IB?

    I'm indecisive too, so I'm a bit happy to see that there's a kindred spirit like me :P

    I think you're going to get a 45/45 - I have faith in you!
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    I am so annoyed - I typed up a response on my phone and my browser crashed I want to rip my face off.

    You said that you took History at GCSE, but I can't help but notice that you didn't take it at IB. Could you tell me what studying History at GCSE was like, and why you didn't choose it at IB?

    I'm indecisive too, so I'm a bit happy to see that there's a kindred spirit like me :P

    I think you're going to get a 45/45 - I have faith in you!
    aww I hate it when that happens :/ (By 'that' I mean applications crashing)!

    Okay, so the reason I didn't take it at IB is because I have a horrible memory and I simply cannot retain all that information in my head. I've done decent so far on my History mock exams though, and the revision I did was overnight cramming (which I highly do not recommend haha). I'm also not that good of a writer (in my opinion) -- I'm not one for essays or things which involve lots of non-fictional writing (so humanities in general are probably really not my thing) and I'm a slow writer so I don't do well in any circumstance under timed conditions, but that's not to say I don't like the subject itself -- I love learning about history, it's just the part where I have to absorb information that I have trouble with.

    For my IGCSE History learning experience, I think I have a good teacher, albeit a bit lenient for marking, he teaches well and is very passionate about history. He makes me enjoy learning about the subject, but I just find it difficult to actually remember all the specific dates and facts/information.

    Another reason I picked Economics as my humanities option instead of History is because I think it will be more beneficial for me in the future -- I don't plan on going into the field of law or politics in the future (or anything that really requires History), but I am considering to go into the finance/business field as my backup if my first choices don't go through (i.e. for uni apps). My parents are both involved in this field as well, so I think they can offer at least some help and guidance if I ever have trouble on a certain topic.

    Overall, if there was an option to not take humanities, I would probably pick that, unless there was another option that would allow me to learn without having to take exams haha (in my dreams!) x)
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    HL History is definitely possible without the GCSE. I went into it without one and came out with a 7, the content was different to the GCSE course anyway and it was no more than a minor hinderance for the first couple of months.
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    aww I hate it when that happens :/ (By 'that' I mean applications crashing)!

    Okay, so the reason I didn't take it at IB is because I have a horrible memory and I simply cannot retain all that information in my head. I've done decent so far on my History mock exams though, and the revision I did was overnight cramming (which I highly do not recommend haha). I'm also not that good of a writer (in my opinion) -- I'm not one for essays or things which involve lots of non-fictional writing (so humanities in general are probably really not my thing) and I'm a slow writer so I don't do well in any circumstance under timed conditions, but that's not to say I don't like the subject itself -- I love learning about history, it's just the part where I have to absorb information that I have trouble with.

    For my IGCSE History learning experience, I think I have a good teacher, albeit a bit lenient for marking, he teaches well and is very passionate about history. He makes me enjoy learning about the subject, but I just find it difficult to actually remember all the specific dates and facts/information.

    Another reason I picked Economics as my humanities option instead of History is because I think it will be more beneficial for me in the future -- I don't plan on going into the field of law or politics in the future (or anything that really requires History), but I am considering to go into the finance/business field as my backup if my first choices don't go through (i.e. for uni apps). My parents are both involved in this field as well, so I think they can offer at least some help and guidance if I ever have trouble on a certain topic.

    Overall, if there was an option to not take humanities, I would probably pick that, unless there was another option that would allow me to learn without having to take exams haha (in my dreams!) x)
    The only part I'm worried about IB History is the memorisation part. I'm interested in the content, so I think that it will make memorising the information slightly easier, but I've still heard that it's very content-heavy (help!). My plan so far is to take History HL for about a month, and then if I feel as though it is too hard, I will switch it out for Philosophy HL (which the school will hopefully allow).

    I know that for my school's History teachers are quite good - they're better than the Philosophy teachers, so I'm going to bear that in mind when I make my decision.

    I agree with you - I really want a version of IB where we can study all the things we're interested in without the need for exams. Sometimes it's a bit sad how society places such a large value and emphasis on exam grades.
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    The only part I'm worried about IB History is the memorisation part. I'm interested in the content, so I think that it will make memorising the information slightly easier, but I've still heard that it's very content-heavy (help!). My plan so far is to take History HL for about a month, and then if I feel as though it is too hard, I will switch it out for Philosophy HL (which the school will hopefully allow).

    I know that for my school's History teachers are quite good - they're better than the Philosophy teachers, so I'm going to bear that in mind when I make my decision.

    I agree with you - I really want a version of IB where we can study all the things we're interested in without the need for exams. Sometimes it's a bit sad how society places such a large value and emphasis on exam grades.
    I know right? Exams take the fun out of everything

    I'm sure that if you're truly interested in learning about the topic, memorisation will be a lot easier, so don't worry! (Just check out Saoirse:3's comment!) Go for it
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    I know right? Exams take the fun out of everything

    I'm sure that if you're truly interested in learning about the topic, memorisation will be a lot easier, so don't worry! (Just check out Saoirse:3's comment!) Go for it
    Thanks! I had another talk with the History Department and they said to go for it as well.

    Just one last question - do you reckon I should be taking HL Chemistry (along with HL English and History) or HL Economics? I take Chemistry at IGCSE but do not take Economics. However, since I'm a bit worried for HL History, I want to lessen my workload, and I've heard that HL Economics is easier than Chemistry (apparently it's a real pain in the butt). Also, I'm studying humanities in Uni, so I shouldn't need Chemistry at HL, right?
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    (Original post by nusquam)
    Thanks! I had another talk with the History Department and they said to go for it as well.Just one last question - do you reckon I should be taking HL Chemistry (along with HL English and History) or HL Economics? I take Chemistry at IGCSE but do not take Economics. However, since I'm a bit worried for HL History, I want to lessen my workload, and I've heard that HL Economics is easier than Chemistry (apparently it's a real pain in the butt). Also, I'm studying humanities in Uni, so I shouldn't need Chemistry at HL, right?
    hmm.. well if you want to lessen your workload, then yes, not taking HL Chemistry would be a good choice -- I've heard HL Chem is rather difficult too. I can't say for sure that you won't need Chemistry at HL if you're doing humanities in Uni since I haven't done much research about undergrad requirements for humanities degrees, but I suppose so? If you think you'll benefit more from HL Economics then I think it wouldn't hurt to take it (I mean, I chose HL Chem and Econ )
 
 
 
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