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Hello, what is the exact route to becoming a neuropsychologist? And if you are a neuropsychologist did you find the course enjoyable? fun? or was it really hard? I am so into psychology but I want to be a neuropsychologist to have a better salary and more employment chance. Oh and is/was it hard getting a job as a neuropsychologist?
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Lots of info about neuropsychology can be found online including career paths and current jobs/salaries. I can't help with your other questions as this is not my field but good luck!
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(Original post by IGCSEStudent99)
Hello, what is the exact route to becoming a neuropsychologist? And if you are a neuropsychologist did you find the course enjoyable? fun? or was it really hard? I am so into psychology but I want to be a neuropsychologist to have a better salary and more employment chance. Oh and is/was it hard getting a job as a neuropsychologist?
Don't know much about it myself, this is a good source though ! (http://careers.bps.org.uk/area/neuro...o-i-become-one )
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You need a bsc or ba psychology, a doctorate in clinical psychology then an msc or postgraduate diploma in neuropsychology. It takes so long that almost no one becomes one.
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