I am doing AS biology,chemistry, maths and psychology and I was wondering, what courses I can do for university?
i'm thinking about doing a psychology degree but is my a level options enough for the course.
My Alevel subjects? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 16-01-2010 00:30
- 16-01-2010 00:35
Tbh you could do a LOT of things with those a levels, try looking at http://www.ucas.com/students/choosin...e/stamfordtest
Think about which you enjoy most at school, and maybe look at stuff related to that.
Those subjects should be great for a psychology degree, having science subjects obviously helps but you don't have to have any, so you'd probably be at an advantage!
- 16-01-2010 00:37
You need to check what specific uni's require from you though. But generally, if you study it at A level, you can study it at uni.
- 16-01-2010 00:39
Those subjects open up a fair few degree choices. You could carry on with any of those, but for psychology those are good. Most universities was sciences for psychology that i know of, so you should be fine. Just check the requirements at the uni's you want to go to on UCAS or in their prospectuses. It'll tell you exactly what you need there