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    I've decided to put myself in as a private candidate (probably fast track) for 2 A Levels (Psychology and Philosophy or English Lang, researching all of them right now!) this year as I decided too late in the year to enroll in a college! I want to study Psychology/Psychology and Criminology at London Met, does anyone know if I apply to the Extended Psychology degree (basically a psychology degree with a foundation year) I'd have a good chance of getting in for September 2017 as I'm 18 already and really don't have the money nor time to go back to college for two years in September! I have 6 GCSES A-C including English & Maths (self taught also) and a BTEC level 2 in art & design.

    Thanks in advance!

    Yeah go for it, foundation years don't require you to have studied the subjects before.
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