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Economics is a social science that studies the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. Economics focuses on the behaviour and interactions of a variety economic agents, from individuals  and companies through to governments and countries. 



Unit Modules Weighting Length
Paper 1 Microeconomics 33% 2h
Paper 2 Macroeconomics 33% 2h
Paper 3 Microeconomics and Macroeconomics 33% 2h

Good Subject Combinations

Economics combines well with Mathematics and Further Mathematics as well as Science subjects. However, combining this A Level with creative subjects like English Literature will widen your analytical and communication skills. Students wishing to study Economics at Degree level may think of combining it with a science subject like Physics or Chemistry especially for applications to top universities.

Future Prospects

Economics builds skills such as analysis, communication and critical thinking. Economists must be able to review data, observe patterns, and draw logical conclusions. It is highly recommended taking A-Level Economics if you are pursuing careers in accountancy, finance or business. However, due to its mathematical but creative nature, this A-Level provides skills valuable for any profession.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can Economics be completed in one year?

Yes. This is typically done when:

  • Students who are retaking their A-Levels
  • Students who wish to complete the course in one intensive year  

Do you offer other exam boards for Retake students?

We try our best to cater for all student needs. Please contact admissions for further information.

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