Do I need too do two science A levels for Psychology? Watch
I have spoke too my careers advisor and some unis do require two science A levels. Currently, I'm retaking Maths and Science. I got a D in Science, but Chemistry is my strongest science subject. I hate Biology and Physics. I got a C in Physics, but I got D's in Chemistry and Biology. Would Sociology A level, English Literature, Psychology and History be a good combination? Or would you recommend me doing a Chemistry A level instead off History? I'm considering going into Law or Psychology. I enjoy Chemistry at GCSE level, but many say that Chemistry A level is hard.
Conventionally, the "best" A-Levels to study specifically for preparation for a psychology degree are biology, psychology and statistics.
If you are happy taking two sciences, I would do it. However, as I previously mentioned don't do it because you feel you need to, it probably won't go to plan as you need to be committed to your subjects to do well!