Hm, so there obviously is no-one for Psychology on here
I have another question though. I missed the Open Day, but I want to visit the university, especially the college, before I make my decison. I have a very limited time frame, between the end of exams and my UCAS deadline, so the only days that I could visit are the 28th-30th of April, which is very soon which means I want to book the train as soon as possible. I emailed my college's senior tutor, because all the other email adresses that I've tried before were really slow with replying or never sent a reply at all. Was that the right person to contact?
I suppose there may be no-one there over the holidays. When can I expect a reply? How likely is it that it will be possible for me to visit? It'll get too expensive if I wait much longer
I managed to write a PS covering Politics, International Relations and Psychology. People on here told me it was pretty much impossible to wirte a good PS covering those subjects, but I got 5 offers with it.
And I'm not even British, so I didn't have my teachers or whoever looking at it, but had to do it all by myself.
It is hard work, but it is possible. Fitting Law and Politics together may even be easier than International Relations and Psychology.
You don't have to name the degree that you want to study, just focus on the things that both subjects have in common. Talk about how you're interested in the seperation of powers into three branches and elaborate on the judiciary branch.
I didn't consider applying for law and as someone who is interested in the subject I'm sure you'll find more aspects that both subjects have in common.