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    I'm currently looking into which course to study at university next year, i'm sure i want to be a Clinical Psychologist but i'm not sure which specific courses to take. Would it be more beneficial to do a Psychology degree and then Psychology with Clinical Psychology? Or just the latter? And then do I have to take it to a Masters to actually become one? I've researched this but nothing has given me a clear answer, help!
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    You don't need to worry about the course as long as it confers graduate basis for chartership.

    Your marks, research skills and clinical experiences will be what courses look for when it comes to the time you apply for clinical training. In order to become a clinical psychologist you will have to do a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy) after your Bachelors.
 
 
 
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