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I am deciding between studying Psychology and Biomedical Science at uni. With biomedical science I am not quite show what profession I will go in whereas Clinical Psychology could be a path to go in. Is that any good?

Another factor is that to study biomedical science I would be applying for Uni's such as Brunel whereas with Psychology I could try my luck at Imperial, UCL ,etc.

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Thanks for the replies everyone
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Thanks for the replies everyone
Lmao.

I hear that the path to become a clinical psychologist is very hard considering how saturated the market is. If you don't know what you want to do, may I suggest taking a gap year or going out and getting a job instead?

Also, what are your grades? Why is their such a jump between the universities you could apply to?
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Lmao.

I hear that the path to become a clinical psychologist is very hard considering how saturated the market is. If you don't know what you want to do, may I suggest taking a gap year or going out and getting a job instead?

Also, what are your grades? Why is their such a jump between the universities you could apply to?
The jump is due to the fact that most of the top universities require Biology and Chemistry whereas for Psychology it is more of simple entry requirements.

My grades are AAB with the B in Psychology and A in Economics and Chemistry.

Economics is my ideal degree however the issue of no maths has a serious effect on the unis available.

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The jump is due to the fact that most of the top universities require Biology and Chemistry whereas for Psychology it is more of simple entry requirements.

My grades are AAB with the B in Psychology and A in Economics and Chemistry.

Economics is my ideal degree however the issue of no maths has a serious effect on the unis available.

Respect to you sir for replying
*ma'am.

Ok so far you want to do Biomed, Psychology and Economics. If economics is your ideal degree then why didn't you study maths?

Why do you want to go to university when you aren't even set on what you want to study?
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