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    I have recently made my AS-level choices, and I would like some input about the choices I have made. I have chosen:
    -Philosophy
    -Maths
    -Classical Civilizations
    -Economics.
    I intend to study economics at university level, although this may change if I prove not to be too talented at the subject at AS level. How would you rate these choices, assuming that I stick with economics to university?
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    It's a good selection, but have you considered doing further maths? Further maths puts you in a good position when applying at top universities.
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    If you're aiming for a top Uni further maths would definitely help. Otherwise, they're all decent/'non-blacklisted' subjects
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    The options you have chosen are fine for wanting to study Economics. However Further maths would enhance your overall application, when wanting to apply to those top universities
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    I did Classical Civ GCSE and I despised it, but that was probably because it was done during my own time, not in shool time. Are these subjects chosen with a particular career in mind or out of your interests? If it's the latter, stick with them!
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    (Original post by Overly Pretentious)
    I have recently made my AS-level choices, and I would like some input about the choices I have made. I have chosen:
    -Philosophy
    -Maths
    -Classical Civilizations
    -Economics.
    I intend to study economics at university level, although this may change if I prove not to be too talented at the subject at AS level. How would you rate these choices, assuming that I stick with economics to university?
    further maths or politics instead of classical civilizations
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    Substituting Classical Civ for Politics makes good sense. Politics is more relevant and in-tune with Economics, and you can go down the political university road should you choose to. I study both.
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    Swap Classical Civilisations for History and you have the ideal PPE A-levels. They should be fine for Economics-just make sure you get A's in Economics, and particularly, in Mathematics. Good Luck!
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    despite what everyone's suggesting don't do FM unless you think you can actually do it and if youre planning on go to the likes of Oxbridge/LSE/UCL etc
 
 
 
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