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    Is it possible to get into a Psychology Degree in either Manchester, Leeds or Warwick Uni with a Btec Science and 2 A levels at B/C.

    The Two A levels are:
    Health and Social Care
    And Psyhcology
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    Have you looked at the entry requirements of these universities? Failing that, have you tried contacting their admissions department?
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    What can you do with a psychology degree?
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    (Original post by T-Toe)
    What can you do with a psychology degree?
    Too many things to list exhaustively. The general idea, however, is to complete postgraduate education and practice as a psychologist, either in clinical, forensic, educational or occupational setting.
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    Too many things to list exhaustively. The general idea, however, is to complete postgraduate education and practice as a psychologist, either in clinical, forensic, educational or occupational setting.
    Proves my point, you can't do much with a psychology degree. You have to further your study as a postgrad.
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    Too many things to list exhaustively.
    shelf stacker
    delivery driver
    traffic warden
    call centre operator
    cleaner
    waiter/waitress
    ...

    And I can go on and on :woo:
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    (Original post by T-Toe)
    Proves my point, you can't do much with a psychology degree. You have to further your study as a postgrad.
    Well, yeah, surprisingly if you want to practice as a psychologist, you need postgraduate training. However, you cannot enter those careers without first receiving graduate basis for registration with the British Psychological Society by studying it at undergraduate.

    You can, however, work in graduate positions such as Assistant Psychologist, Research Assistant or high intensity IAPT worker.

    :dontknow: I fail to see your point. Do you want clinical psychologists without postgraduate training? :lolwut:

    (Original post by ReddDraggon)
    shelf stacker
    delivery driver
    traffic warden
    call centre operator
    cleaner
    waiter/waitress
    ...

    And I can go on and on :woo:
    :yawn: I frequently receive departmental messages for recruitment scouting, including statistician positions, research assistants, clinical workers, experimental designers for pharma companies, organisational psychometrics for the IBs, PhD studentships, HR and management positions. Hell, I've even received memos for organisations like MI5 seeking psych grads to develop new profiling techniques.
 
 
 
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