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    question:may seem a bit childish but ive always wondered have you ever seen anyone in your sixth form/college be bf and gf because to me that seems seriously uncommon(ofc i know the real purpose of sixth form/college is to learn) and if so how did they cope with it? Just saying incase...y'know....
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    (Original post by scrawlx101)
    question:may seem a bit childish but ive always wondered have you ever seen anyone in your sixth form/college be bf and gf because to me that seems seriously uncommon(ofc i know the real purpose of sixth form/college is to learn) and if so how did they cope with it? Just saying incase...y'know....
    I think you just have to put your studies before your relationships, that's all. If you find it getting in your way then just take a break
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    (Original post by scrawlx101)
    question:may seem a bit childish but ive always wondered have you ever seen anyone in your sixth form/college be bf and gf because to me that seems seriously uncommon(ofc i know the real purpose of sixth form/college is to learn) and if so how did they cope with it? Just saying incase...y'know....
    Yes, two friends dated most of year 12 and 13 (late Nov year 12- May year 13 (exam season)) but it didn't end well.
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    (Original post by BeeBuzz)
    I'm going to be doing psychology Aqa A as well i just bought the Nelson Thornes book which i recommend. I used a Nelson Thornes book for GCSE psychology also and it was soooooo helpful!


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    I wouldnt be doing a levels until the start of next year but my options are between psychology/sociology maybe even sports studies. Or even French or history! Haha I don't have a clue what my fourth option is! But I was quite content of the thought of psychology!
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    I wouldnt be doing a levels until the start of next year but my options are between psychology/sociology maybe even sports studies. Or even French or history! Haha I don't have a clue what my fourth option is! But I was quite content of the thought of psychology!
    Whichever subjects you decide to take make sure they compliment each other maybe look up courses you might want to take at uni, and search for which A-levels you will need to be able to apply later on


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    (Original post by BeeBuzz)
    Whichever subjects you decide to take make sure they compliment each other maybe look up courses you might want to take at uni, and search for which A-levels you will need to be able to apply later on


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    I definitely know I'm taking a chemistry degree! I done some research but it said something about psychology complimenting chemistry I don't know why? I'm so confused!
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    (Original post by Dani04)
    I definitely know I'm taking a chemistry degree! I done some research but it said something about psychology complimenting chemistry I don't know why? I'm so confused!
    Maths goes quite well with Chemistry. Also, another science will look good to universities. Maths and Science are the ones that are probably their favourite. Psychology is also good because it's a social science - it deals with human behaviour. I think it will also compliment chemistry


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    I didn't tell you what I'm taking; I am already going to take Chemistry, Maths and Biology just stuck on the 4th!
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    (Original post by Dani04)
    I didn't tell you what I'm taking; I am already going to take Chemistry, Maths and Biology just stuck on the 4th!
    Oooooooooooh. Same!! My fourth is Psychology


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    (Original post by BeeBuzz)
    Oooooooooooh. Same!! My fourth is Psychology


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    Omg -highfive I think my choice of the fourth option will take ages! :unimpressed:
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    (Original post by Dani04)
    Omg -highfive I think my choice of the fourth option will take ages! :unimpressed:
    Haha good luck! Did you do psychology at gcse?


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    I didn't tell you what I'm taking; I am already going to take Chemistry, Maths and Biology just stuck on the 4th!
    Psychology definitely works well with those a levels. I've also read somewhere that some unis (I can't remember which maybe UCL?) like a non-science subject alongside science a levels. My friend who applied for chemistry this year did biology, chemistry and economics. What subjects did you enjoy at GCSE?

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    (Original post by BeeBuzz)
    Haha good luck! Did you do psychology at gcse?


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    Nope! I apologise for my stupidity but I never knew you could even do psychology GCSE :facepalm: Haha sorry :s

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    Psychology definitely works well with those a levels. I've also read somewhere that some unis (I can't remember which maybe UCL?) like a non-science subject alongside science a levels. My friend who applied for chemistry this year did biology, chemistry and economics. What subjects did you enjoy at GCSE?

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    Yeah I thought I wasn't mad because I looked that up a week ago and I know I saw about psychology suiting them A-Levels! History wasn't too bad but it kind of is getting boring now slightly, I like to take subjects which compliments Chemistry really
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    Yeah I thought I wasn't mad because I looked that up a week ago and I know I saw about psychology suiting them A-Levels! History wasn't too bad but it kind of is getting boring now slightly, I like to take subjects which compliments Chemistry really
    Looking back at my biology and chemistry work I would probably suggest psychology, as long as you are happy with learning case studies. Psychology compliments chemistry and also occasionally overlaps with some of the work in biology (depending on exam boards). The essay skills you learn will also help later on. I studied biology, chemistry and English literature but I know a few people who did biology, chemistry and psychology including someone who applied for medicine.



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    [QUOTE=Dani04;48887159]Nope! I apologise for my stupidity but I never knew you could even do psychology GCSE :facepalm: Haha sorry :s


    Haha it's all good psychology at GCSE was fun. I'm sure i'll love it at A level too...apart from the essay parts cause i'm sooo bad at essays




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    (Original post by PhoeenBanafrit)
    Looking back at my biology and chemistry work I would probably suggest psychology, as long as you are happy with learning case studies. Psychology compliments chemistry and also occasionally overlaps with some of the work in biology (depending on exam boards). The essay skills you learn will also help later on. I studied biology, chemistry and English literature but I know a few people who did biology, chemistry and psychology including someone who applied for medicine.



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    I really was content on having psychology as a fourth option but a lot of people have thrown me off the idea because a lot of posts I read really dislikes the subject psychology that's why I am so paranoid and unsure now about it. I kind of told a relative that and my grandad told me "everyone else's opinions doesn't matter because they're not you" however I feel I should be guided by them? Why would coincidentally a lot of people start saying how bad the topic is?
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    (Original post by Dani04)
    Nope! I apologise for my stupidity but I never knew you could even do psychology GCSE :facepalm: Haha sorry :s


    Haha it's all good psychology at GCSE was fun. I'm sure i'll love it at A level too...apart from the essay parts cause i'm sooo bad at essays




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    I find essay subjects seriously dead easy
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    I find essay subjects seriously dead easy
    Haha lucky! i hope i did well in English lit gcse. I did the aqa exam board


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