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    Currently doing my GCSE's, thinking about the future and I'm really interested in studying forensic psychology - psychology in general interests me so much, but combined with law really intrigues me.
    I'm taking English Literature, Psychology, Philosophy&Ethics and Geography at A-Level.
    Do these seem suitable subjects for the field I'm interested in?
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    do a science a level
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    (Original post by cleggj88)
    do a science a level
    Which one? I'm thinking bio
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    Which one? I'm thinking bio
    Yeah that is probably the best option
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    (Original post by esmeeclaire)
    Currently doing my GCSE's, thinking about the future and I'm really interested in studying forensic psychology - psychology in general interests me so much, but combined with law really intrigues me.
    I'm taking English Literature, Psychology, Philosophy&Ethics and Geography at A-Level.
    Do these seem suitable subjects for the field I'm interested in?
    Some universities require 1 or 2 science or maths a level subjects for psychology. I'd swap philosophy or ethics or geography out for a science or math a level -- as long as you're equally interested in doing the other a level.
 
 
 
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