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    Anywhere I should avoid?
    I'm looking at roughly BBC for my A levels
    also, is it a good course?


    I don't know about specific universities.

    As for it being a good course... Provided it is accredited by the BPS, then it's perfectly fine, wherever you go. The key thing about your undergraduate degree is that it is accredited and the specific subject (forensic, clinical, health etc) matters little - generally the differences between them is quite small as the BPS requirements dictate a fair amount of the content any way.

    Have a look at different courses and pick the one that has forensic modules you like the sound of. Bear in mind, if you want to qualify as a forensic psychologist, then the undergraduate is not essential and you should be perfectly fine doing straight Psychology.
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