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    Whats up allllllll
    I'm having troubleeee!
    Basically.. I've done my UCAS and everything with Psychology being what I want to study, I applied at Uni of Birmingham, Uni of Sheffield, Aston, Notts Trent, DMU.
    However, i've already been declined from sheffield, aston and notts
    buttt, i got a letter from Uni of Birmingham saying they would give me an offer if i did a Social Policy degree.
    I wanna think quickly before it's too late.. so I'll probably get an offer from DMU for Psychology and one for Social Policy from Birmingham. They both are interesing as I take the subject at ALevel but which do you think would be better? I'm also gonna try go through clearing for Psychology if social policy isnt what I go for.
    Please help me if you do social policy... or if you have any advice on what I should do !! So gutted I haven't got offers from the others! Also, what do you think has better career prospects? I know there both quite varied but ive 'heard' Social policy is quite 'wishy washy'. But dont know what to believe until I've tried it ! :/
    Sorry for such a long post!!!
    Thankssssssss in advance!
 
 
 
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