nadiademos
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Hi everyone I'm Nadia,
I'm currently doing my alevels and am just thinking about what I'd like to do afterwards. I love psychology and am interested in criminal or forensic psychology. (this has nothing to do with my unhealthy criminal minds obsession)
I was just wondering if anyone actually doing any of those has any advice or tips or even if they enjoy the course. I'd love to find out more about it.

Thankssss!
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Hi Nadia,

I'm in my third year of psychology at Uni of Liverpool. I'm currently doing a forensic psychology module. It looks at psychology in the court room, for example eye witness testimony, interview techniques, but also things like offender profiling and psychology in critical situations. I'm really enjoying it.

As for studying psychology in general, you tend to do all the modules the BPS make you do in the first and second year, but you get to specialise in your 3rd year.


I hope that helps, although that was just a bit of ramble from me ha
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