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This is urgent I'm in a tie between accounting and psychology. I'm an introvert so my logic goes like this becoming a psychologists I think I could speak easier with individuals due to their mental health. But then in accounting I get the impression that I get to work alone most of the time.

I NEED URGENT HELP ON THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS;

WHICH ONE DO I choose as a career path psychologist or accounting?
(Any specific field perhaps)

What A-levels do I pick (linked to question 1)?

OPEN TO ALL OPINIONS.
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Do psychology! Yeh, you'll have to work with people, but the best things always begin at the end of your comfort zone
Seriously. Ok but what A-levels do I pick.
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(Original post by AspiringAccount)
This is urgent I'm in a tie between accounting and psychology. I'm an introvert so my logic goes like this becoming a psychologists I think I could speak easier with individuals due to their mental health. But then in accounting I get the impression that I get to work alone most of the time.

I NEED URGENT HELP ON THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS;

WHICH ONE DO I choose as a career path psychologist or accounting?
(Any specific field perhaps)

What A-levels do I pick (linked to question 1)?

OPEN TO ALL OPINIONS.
Sociology should defo be one of your options. Its my favourite subject and its the one subject i don't stress about since the content is not that heavy in my opinion.
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Why don’t you pick A levels that keep both options open? Eg. Economics, psychology, maths and chemistry

Psychology typically requires a science subject, and accounting doesn’t usually have specific entry requirements, but economics/accounting/maths A level could help. It doesn’t have to be maths if you’re not confident in it, but that leaves your options open to slightly different courses if you change your mind a bit (eg.economics, actuarial science).

Edit: didn’t realise this was an old thread, hope it still helps someone
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He / she has probably done their a levels now
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Sociology should defo be one of your options. Its my favourite subject and its the one subject i don't stress about since the content is not that heavy in my opinion.
what else do you study
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