what alevels should I take to support psychologyWatch
You don't like chemistry, fair enough, so I think English lit might be a good option - it's a facilitating subject, and it's an essay subject so would balance out the sciences. Good luck choosing!
You definitely need an another essay based subject I'd say given psychology really heavily essay based both at A Level and degree level
Maybe an essay based subject like Eng Lit could help too, as psychology is containing more LAQ's now
Tbh though my most important piece of advice is that if you don't like Psychology within the first couple of weeks of AS, drop it immediately because it does not get better. It's my one regret, keeping psychology because I hate it with a passion now (and I wanted to do it for degree when I started college)
If your exam board is OCR, Lord help you because it's boring af
just... whatever you do, don't take sociology. it's the most boring lesson i've ever endured. the only reason i was looking forward to AS exams was because i knew it would be the last time i ever did it. my only advice is anything but sociology. BUT... it might be for you. i don't know.
just read up a LOT about the syllabus/what it involves in your school and think about whether it's something you'll enjoy, rather than just to support each other. although it's good if you enjoy it AND it supports.
Group 1: Maths, Biology, Psychology and Physics (Sciences)
Group 2: Biology, Psychology, Sociology and Philosophy (essay based a levels)
Group 3: Biology, Sociology, English Lit and Maths (mixed)
Anyways, biology, maths and sociology.
Or, if you're feeling particularly up to it, biology, maths and chemistry.
Biology and maths are the most useful from that list, other than psychology itself.
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Have you looked at any universities yet? They often list essential or recommended subjects. I'd say sociology is too much of a 'soft' subject to take, but if it really interests you then go for it.
One of my friends got an unconditional offer to study psychology with: chemistry, history, maths and psychology at AS.