I'm a 19 year old from Nottinghamshire, at the end of my previous A-Levels I came out with 3 D's and a C, due to disinterest and primarily me being lazy. I was retaking English Language and Business but then came down with Bowel Disease which made it hard for me to attend, so I dropped out.
Now I'm starting to improve medically (despite currently having an undiagnosed wrist problem), I'd like to try out some new things and consider further education. Would people mind telling me about their experience with Psychology A-Level and if they enjoy it or not?
How people tick has always interested me, plus I've watched too much of the Soprano's.
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Considering taking Psychology watch
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- 17-11-2013 02:28
- 18-11-2013 05:21
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- 18-11-2013 17:31
I am currently in my final year of sixth form studying A2 Psychology and I find it really enjoyable and interesting subject, yet also a difficult one.
If you're going to do psychology, you have to be focused and you have to put a lot of work and effort in and make sure that you revise a lot; not just close to exam time but all around the year and take in all the information so that you know it!
I would definitely recommend it though! Good luck with it
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