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    Hey!
    So I'm applying for Psychology in most places, but applied for the added Human Biology part at Plymouth. Now I don't do either of these subjects at A Level, but it doesn't appear they ask for it! I do English Lit, Sociology and History (A*AA target.)

    Now I know what you're thinking, it's stupid to apply for something you've never studied before. And that's probably right usually! Thing is, I didn't get onto either A Level because my ISAs were messed up. They took pity on that and let me learn and have the books and everything, but just not sit any exams. So I know everything an A2 Biol or Psych student would know at this point!

    But anyway, with that in mind, my question is - is this a bad idea? Should I just apply for straight Psychology? I really like Plymouth, and don't wanna squander my application!
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    Why not ask them directly? You could ring them or email. Plymouth ask for the same grades for both courses, so you'd probably get the same offer. Whichever one you go for, it is usually easy to transfer courses within a Uni once you are there.
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    (Original post by jonmay)
    Why not ask them directly? You could ring them or email. Plymouth ask for the same grades for both courses, so you'd probably get the same offer. Whichever one you go for, it is usually easy to transfer courses within a Uni once you are there.
    I actually already subbed out Plymouth for somewhere else, but thanks for the help anyway
 
 
 
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