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Hi,

I'm thinking to applying to British universities for the course of accounting and finance. I was initially thinking to have my economics teacher write my recommendation letter but I read on the page from LSE for accounting and finance that you would be assessed on high numeracy skills and on strong analytical skills. So, I started to think that maybe I should get my maths teacher write my recommendation letter. I have good relationship with both the teachers and I take the 2 subjects as my HL courses, but I am doing better in Economics than in maths. What do you guys think?? Any suggestion/advice is very much appreciated!!

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Doesn't really matter that much, your numeracy is more likely to be assessed based on your Maths grade than what your teacher says. And you can ask your Economics teacher to mention your numeracy and analytical skills. I was applying for Law and my letter was written by my English tutor who didn't even teach me at school. 

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