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    I am now beginning to worry that I have taken the wrong a levels. I am currently in my first year of sixth form studying psychology, sociology, English lit and history. I originally wanted to become a neuropsychologist. But after doing my research I started to realise that I was more interested in biology and where a biology degree could take me.

    So I started to search foundation courses in biology and found one that is done in Durham and will take me 4 years. Is it worth it? Or should I just stick to my original plan to become a psychologist?
Should predicted grades be removed from the uni application process

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