Uni undergraduate degree: Psychology or History? Advice please! Watch

Jennygrace
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OK, so I'll be applying to university in Autumn and up until now I've been wanting to do Psychology. But now I'm thinking about History and I can't decide between the two! I know I've got quite a bit of time before applying but I want to start doing more course-related stuff to put in my personal statement.

Yeah so anyway, I've been weighing up pros and cons and I'm thinking people's opinions will help. So has anyone got any opinions? Good/bad things about History. Good/bad things about Psychology. Personal experiences with the course. Etc, etc, blah blah blah, you get it.

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What do you want to do after uni?
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What do you like about each subject?
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Might be worth bearing in mind that many unis let you do two subjects in the first year, before picking one, or even doing a joint honours
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Go and have a look at the universities you are interested in and their course structure/content for both Psychology and History.
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see if you can do a joint degree in psychology + history? or minor in one maybe.
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