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    I'd love to eventually become a clinical psychologist, and I've researched all of the routes that could be possibly taken.
    I'm not great at maths, or science, but psychology fascinates me and I've been in love with it for as long as I can remember.
    The reason I need help is I have no idea what course to apply for: the MA(BA, Scotland has weird degrees) which would suit me far better or the BSc, which I know I would suck COLOSSALLY at.
    It's just that my heart is set on clinical psychology and I'm scared that taking the MA would mean that I would lose the chance of becoming a clinical psychologist - does taking the MA affect my chances of getting into the doctorate course?
    Thanks guys.
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    As long as you get a good enough mark and it is an accredited degree, in theory it shouldn't matter
 
 
 
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