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    I applied for Psychology at Stirling back in December and have yet to hear back. One of my friends also applied back in January for the same thing and had an offer by the end of the week. I've read that they're notorious for handing out their offers late, which probably isn't made better by me applying as an EU candidate.
    I was wondering how vital is it for you to have Psychology already as a qualification of some sort before applying for the course? Its listed as a requirement, but when I spoke to one of the teachers and some of the Psychology students while at the open day, they didn't seem to think that it was too important?
    Kind of panicking because despite my good grades I got a rejection from another high up uni because my A2 subjects didn't meet the requirements and I'm really set on going to Stirling..
    /sorry for the long post
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    Hi - sorry you haven't had a response to this yet. I'm just going to bump the thread in the hope that someone sees this and can help

    the only meaningful qualification that I applied with was level 6 social sciences. Stirling teaches level 8 psychology in first year but although I did study psychology as a core subject in social science, I do not have a qualification for psychology on its own.

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