Geography or Psychology degree? Anyone else doing?Watch
Both degrees require AAB but they don't exactly specify in what exactly.
Hope I'll get an A/B in Psychology and maybe a B in Geography. Probably a B in English and a C in Biology in my AS. That's hopefully.
I love both subjects in general* and I know both, especially psychology will give me loads of research and transferable skills, but I'm not too keen on how Geography will be taught next year in my school in that the class is composed of just 2 people. That aside, I love the course content for both A2s, especially Geography A2.
Now if I dropped Geography and didn't continue to A2 would I be ineligible for a Geography degree? I know a Psychology degree doesn't require a psychology A level and isn't too specific with A level choices as long as they're quite essay and critical thinking based/scientific I guess...
Apparently University of Manchester (my current 1st choice) doesn't mind if you didn't take Geography A2 as long as you do a science A level and acquire good grades in other A levels. Henceforth, I will continue Biology if I don't continue Geography to A2 and I should still be safe right????
I'd also love to study abroad for a year (preferably America, but I doubt it'll ever happen) so would Geography provide a more realistic possibility of that ever happening? Manchester apparently has some promising exchange programs?
Thank you for reading
Anyone else doing Psychology or Geography?
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