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    I want to study an undergraduate degree in Psychology when I've finished my A-Levels. Would these qualifications be considered
    Psychology A-Level - A
    English Language A-Level - A
    English Literature A-Level - B
    Gcse maths - C. Gcse additional science - B

    And what standard Uni's would consider these qualifications ?
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    I'm in my final year of my degree in psychology at university of Liverpool. I got a conditional offer if I received AAB in a-levels but I received:
    Psychology C
    English language C
    Textiles and fashion A*
    And I still got in!

    So yes I should imagine your grades I obviously good enough.
    Not sure about other university's as Liverpool was my first choice and I got in.


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    (Original post by alohaa9)
    I want to study an undergraduate degree in Psychology when I've finished my A-Levels. Would these qualifications be considered
    Psychology A-Level - A
    English Language A-Level - A
    English Literature A-Level - B
    Gcse maths - C. Gcse additional science - B

    And what standard Uni's would consider these qualifications ?
    dont know. work down a psychology league table - the ones at the top will tend to have a higher conditional offer, so find ones which say AAB !
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    The maths GCSE might be a bit of a problem for high ranking uni's.
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    I was in the same position as you, some unis that allow a C in math are Birmingham, Lincoln, Sheffield, Portsmouth, Liverpool Hope(I think), Keele I can't remember more

    Quick research will tell you more


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    Most standard unis look for at least one science A level, preferably with maths. If you don't have A level maths, they look for A-B GCSE maths. But if you can turn around your A level subjects in your personal statement, for example saying "Literature made me more empathetic / taught me excellent essay writing techniques / showed me people have different opinions on texts" etc, it may work to your advantage.
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    (Original post by alohaa9)
    I want to study an undergraduate degree in Psychology when I've finished my A-Levels. Would these qualifications be considered
    Psychology A-Level - A
    English Language A-Level - A
    English Literature A-Level - B
    Gcse maths - C. Gcse additional science - B

    And what standard Uni's would consider these qualifications ?
    Since you have Psychology you'll be fine
 
 
 
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