I have studied Sociology GCSE and I enjoyed it. What are both A levels like? I know that they are both considered soft A levels. Sociology seems more interesting than Psychology. My first career option is to go into Law. My second career option is to be a Psychologist. So, Psychology would be a more better A level, however I am unsure.
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- Thread Starter
- 08-02-2016 17:50
- 08-02-2016 19:36
I study both subjects and I find that both are really interesting. Psychology involves learning the studies in lots of depth, whereas in sociology you learn about functionalism, Marxism etc and you don't need to know the studies in as much depth. If you would like any more info, feel free to message me😊
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