I am in a decent university (like in the top 100 worldwide) and I am struggling in first year economics, like close to fail now. I have been accepted to European and International Law for the next semester. I pay 8k a year btw. I was wondering in the long-run which is the best option- 1) try hard get thro econ 2)fuck econ, I study law and save like 6K with the risk of failing.
>in top 100 uni
>still doesn't understand basic punctuation
>top 100 worldwide
That's... not very high up there desu.
What are you having difficulty with in economics? Microeconomics? That's pretty easy and fun.
Try reading a few insightful books on it and reading a bunch of shit on the internet that helps to break it all down.
1) Possibly fail Economics, spend 8k
2) Possibly fail Law, spend 2k
You can't math, so I don't know why you're in Economics. You can't write either, so I don't know why you're considering Law.
Pick a third option.
This desu. If you can't do 1st year basic as fuck Economics math I don't even know how you're suppose to be able to study in University.
No other subject (except for sociology or some useless shit) is any easier.
I don't often get anal or pedantic over these kind of things, but jesus. This anon >>1044235
has a point about the punctuation, no wonder you're struggling with first year econ - if you don't even put in the slightest bit of effort to write properly on 4chan of all places, your work and study ethic must be atrocious. I can only tell you to apply yourself, and to get through the first year. If you can't even do that then you won't have luck in what ever other degree you decide to do. Anything else is irresponsible, and you'll just be wasting your own time as well as the time of those around you.
>I can only tell you to apply yourself, and to get through the first year. If you can't even do that then you won't have luck in what ever other degree you decide to do. Anything else is irresponsible, and you'll just be wasting your own time as well as the time of those around you.
If you cannot do 1st year Econ there is no way you'll be successful at anything else. Nows a good time to analyze where you went wrong and why it's hard for you. Even if you were to somehow get your profs to pass you you'd still be fucked when you got into 3rd and 4th year by the first week or two.
Don't sweat it. I went to a top 50 school, and got a D in Econ 101 my freshmen year. I was too autistic/infuriated with how retarded that course is. There is no real world value in 101. Ended up pursuing an econ minor and got an A in every class after that.
My uni gives zero fucks about English, we are thought in English but like the expectations are very low cause most students are German. Just sayin' there is no correlation between being able to type properly on 4chan and succeeding in other courses.
lmao maastricht university is pretty shit.... why dont you try to reroll in economics at Erasmus university rotterdam? it's supposedly the best for economics in the netherlands. business administration is also really good at erasmus, and is easier than economics (less math)