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    Hey,
    My school has been bugging us to look at a levels, at the moment i am doing Maths, English, Chemistry, Boilogy, Physics, Business, History, Music, R.E & Ethics at GCSE. I would love to do both philosophy and phsycology at a level but im not sure if that would be too much work and where in the Newcastle area i could do that? Thoughts?
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    I took both Philosophy and Psychology at AS, and now take Philosophy at A2. I wouldn't say it is any more work than any other combination, and out of my four subjects they were the least work (I did History and English Literature as well). However, there is a lot to remember for Psychology, and I did spend a lot of time revising for that. I wouldn't advise anyone not to take that combination, though, as they aren't bad together. I didn't really enjoy Psychology personally as I thought it was boring and I didn't like the teacher, but that's just me. I loved Philosophy. About finding places where you can study them together, it shouldn't be too hard. I know lots of people at different 6th forms and colleges that are doing them together. I'd just recommend looking around and going to some 6th form/college open days.
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    (Original post by Becca.123456)
    Hey,
    My school has been bugging us to look at a levels, at the moment i am doing Maths, English, Chemistry, Boilogy, Physics, Business, History, Music, R.E & Ethics at GCSE. I would love to do both philosophy and phsycology at a level but im not sure if that would be too much work and where in the Newcastle area i could do that? Thoughts?
    Thank you.
    Maybe avoid Psychology until you can spell it...
 
 
 
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