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moleman3
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I've always found psychology quite interesting, but didn't take the a level as i heard it wasn't really respected. But now i'm considering doing it at uni. Does this still apply at uni? Or would this still be seen as a good degree. Also, other than becoming a psychologist, what jobs could i do with this degree? Thanks
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Tbh it isn't really a vocational degree in the sense that you could feed straight into a set group of graduate jobs. There are any number of social sector things it 'could be useful' for but really you take it just because it's interesting or because you want to get into research eventually.
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