Ian Ldoff
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So I am currently applying for a UCL foundation and I am halfway done. Ive passed the IELTS exam and Ill have an interview in a few days. Ive been studying law in school for 2 years but now I understand that I want to take a psychology uni course. Is it possible to take a psychology course after foundation? I mean I don't know anything about biology - is there a chance that foundation could prep me for that? If someone had an experience at UCL's foundation - please provide your experience there. I appreciate any help
P. S. Is the "Critical thinking" exam really that hard?
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The UCL International Foundation year is in my opinion a huge waste of money. Very few foundation students are accepted onto degrees at UCL. There are much cheaper ways to meet the entry requirements for British universities (see link in my sig).
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