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    I want to go down the path of a Psychiatrist, or along those lines. Is this good? (ignore Math's)
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    (Original post by OtakuFreak)
    Psychology
    Health & Social (Double)
    Re-sit Maths (Hopefully my remark will change it)

    I want to go down the path of a Psychiatrist, or along those lines. Is this good? (ignore Math's)
    I thought Psychiatrists were doctors?
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    Psychology would be the most useful of those, and Health and Social Care has good application, so is probably worthwhile to reach your goal. Any social science, such as sociology, psychology, politics or economics, or human science such as biology, would be good A-Levels for you. It may also be worthwhile to look at potential university degrees for psychiatry and see if they have any required subjects. However, I also think that as psychiatry has vocational elements, you could also apply for work experience in your local hospital to boost your university application and CV. Such experience in the NHS is often highly desirable for both universities and employers. Hope this helps!
 
 
 
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