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    im choosing my a levels this summer and want to know if biology psychology and english go well together? i heard english and psychology compliment each other and biology and psychology are similar. i also was considering business or media because i will only do 3 courses in school and arabic on saturdays, should i just stick to 3/am i allowed to?
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    Hi!
    I had actually taken English, Biology and Psychology. I would agree that Biology and Psychology do compliment each other especially when you are studying the Biological approach in Psychology.
    When I was studying for my English, I did also find myself using some of the Psychological concepts and analysing the personality of the character in the plays.
    I hope this helps.

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    Pick what interests you and what will help with meeting any uni entry requirements. If you can handle the workload go for it.
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    when you say workload do you mean that those subjects will be difficult to maintain? also do you know anything about how many i can or should pick e.g. 3 subjects in sixth form and 1 on saturdays or am i supposed to do 4 in sixth form?help is much appreciated x


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    Pick what interests you and what will help with meeting any uni entry requirements. If you can handle the workload go for it.
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    thank you for your help, also would you mind if i messaged you with some questions about psychology or biology because i dont want to be going into them blind.


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    I had actually taken English, Biology and Psychology. I would agree that Biology and Psychology do compliment each other especially when you are studying the Biological approach in Psychology.
    When I was studying for my English, I did also find myself using some of the Psychological concepts and analysing the personality of the character in the plays.
    I hope this helps.

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    (Original post by benin.15)
    when you say workload do you mean that those subjects will be difficult to maintain? also do you know anything about how many i can or should pick e.g. 3 subjects in sixth form and 1 on saturdays or am i supposed to do 4 in sixth form?help is much appreciated x
    It really depends on you and how you work. In terms of how many subjects, I'd think about whether you can handle them all and what you need to meet your entry requirements. If you need them all do them all if you don't but think you can manage to do well in all then go for it. Otherwise just do what you need to.
 
 
 
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