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    Hey guys!
    I am just started doing AS Psychology and I am completely new to it. I heard it has a lot of essays in it, the first week I found it OK but it seems to consume most of my time and I have a feeling throughout the year I will not be able to balance the time to revise maths and business (options i am taking). I want to study Finance based subjects in Uni.

    If you took it for A levels how was it? Was it time consuming? I can change it to Biology or Chemistry OR is it a good idea to stick with Psychology? Any opinions on this would be great, I find it interesting but I am finding the context HARD! Is that normal, as I am new to the course........
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    Well I've somehow managed to fail it twice now so its duffs not easy and is very time consuming as there is so much detail you need to learn and remember
 
 
 
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