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    İs 4 alevel enough for a good university in uk or 3 is okey? Because i am not sure about if it is necessaryfor me to take psychology alevel in addition to biology chemistry and maths
    Please give me an advice i am so confusedd
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    You can do 4, but if you feel you'll get better grades in only 3, due to workload, that's ok too! Those 3 Alevels are difficult so I would suggest only doing those because psychology is a lot of work at as and a2! I dropped it because it was affecting my other subjects! But that's just me!

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    It depends on:

    -what you want to do at University
    -the entry requirements of the Universities you apply to
    -your confidence in your own abilities

    Psychology A-level isn't a breeze. It's a lot to understand, memorise and apply. It's in the 2nd tier of Cambridge subjects (i.e. those who take it don't have as good a chance of a place as those who take traditionally harder subjects such as mathematics and the sciences). If you're looking for something just to give you 'the edge', don't. If you have a genuine interest and believe you can achieve highly without it affecting your 'main three', go for it.

    Good luck!
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    İ dont know what i am going to study in uni. Thats why i am so confused but i am so interested in psychology and biology. İts hard to choose one of themm
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