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What extra-curricular activities can i do to show and interest in Psychology? watch

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    (Original post by versari)
    If you honestly think that then you need to learn English too
    hey, sorry for being mean to you
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    hey, sorry for being mean to you
    coolgood of you to stick up fr ur mate.
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    I know this is sort of random! But I'm thinking about taking phycology for a-level, what are the pros and cons of the subject and any other helpful info please!


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    (Original post by studentlife444)
    I know this is sort of random! But I'm thinking about taking phycology for a-level, what are the pros and cons of the subject and any other helpful info please!


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    I meant psychology!


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    (Original post by Marshmallow14)
    Hi so I've thought of volunteering at a care home and attending lectures on certain psychological issues..but thats about it.
    can you suggest any more?
    thank you
    Perhaps you could set up a psychology society at school?
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    I attended a psychology summer school and did 6 months volunteering in a brownie group and also did work in a primary school to show I had an interest in educational psychology
 
 
 
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