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    doing 4 full a levels instead of dropping 1 at AS?
    im doing business studies, economics, maths and chem
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    I dunno, but learning how to use your Caps Lock wouldn't be a bad idea
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    No, because two of those subjects are the same.

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    no lots of people do it.
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    I'd call that a good idea. Except not too sure about having both econ. and bus. studies :p:
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    (Original post by IrishPerson)
    doing 4 full a levels instead of dropping 1 at AS?
    im doing business studies, economics, maths and chem
    THAT SOUNDS LIKE A FInE IDEA
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    Depends how well you can cope. If you can, then go for it!
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    (Original post by AnonyMatt)
    No, because two of those subjects are the same.

    business studies <> economics
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    I do business studies.

    My friend gets so much beef about it because someone said any subject with 'studies' in it isn't a real subject (he does religious studies as well).
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    (Original post by Lou Reed)
    THAT SOUNDS LIKE A FInE IDEA

    LOL i only did tht cuz i thought if i typed in ALL caps it would jus automically go lowercase like som forums
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    Drop Business Studies since you're doing Economics unless you REALLY enjoy it. Cos it's not valued that much anyway, and esp. when you have Economics will be overlooked by unis.
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    (Original post by IrishPerson)
    LOL i only did tht cuz i thought if i typed in ALL caps it would jus automically go lowercase like som forums
    No, it wouldn't. SEE?!
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    yeah i really like business i want to work in business i find it really interesting
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    Business Studies is stupid, drop it. Econ is so much better.

    (Original post by IrishPerson)
    yeah i really like business i want to work in business i find it really interesting
    Yeah because economics is so unrelated to business. :rolleyes:
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    well im doing economics as well so it wouldnt really matter?
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    Do you think you will cope with 4 A levels? If yes, then why not just go for it? You can always drop one if it gets too hard.
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    Real men take 4 A Levels.

    The manliest guy I know took 6.
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    Why do you want to? You won't be at a disadvantage if you apply for a Uni course which only requires 3 A-Levels and you've 'only' done 3...
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    Drop the BS
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    (Original post by Xerophelistica)
    Real men take 4 A Levels.

    The manliest guy I know took 6.
    Manliest or geekiest? :rolleyes:

    EDIT: Sorry...that was off-topic. I'd drop BS, personally. I doubt there's anything in the course that they wouldn't re-cover in uni. Economics on the other hand, if you're doing the same thing again and again, at least it'll be close to perfect. So if it's covered again at uni, it's one theorem less to get your head around
 
 
 
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