I'm currently doing my GCSE exams, and due to many of my relatives asking about my choices for university, I've come upon a bit of a dilemma. It's been a dream of mine to study Psychology at university (and Cambridge has the best reputation) but upon looking deeper into what I'd require I'm now reconsidering my choices for A-levels.
I've currently chosen Psychology, Photography and Business, but I now know Business is not what I'm looking for and isn't highly regarded by any university much less Cambridge. I'm aware that Biology and Maths are recommended subjects due to the course structure, but it had never been a plan of mine to choose these subjects for A-levels unless it was absolutely essential. I know this would mean struggling a bit to catch up, but I'm certain I could manage.
So I guess my questions are as follows;
- Is it possible to get into Cambridge and study Psychology with my current A-levels?
- Are there any recommended subjects I should take instead?
- Is an extended project likely to help my chances and if so, in any particular subject?
Hope to hear soon
And actually passed?