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I don't know what A-Levels to do, I want to do Psychology at Uni and I'm going to do psychology A-level too, any ideas?

I'm quite a creative person so I like English, Art and languages,
but are there any A-levels that would be useful or good to do?

Thanks for your help!
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(Original post by fleuriegrace)
I don't know what A-Levels to do, I want to do Psychology at Uni and I'm going to do psychology A-level too, any ideas?

I'm quite a creative person so I like English, Art and languages,
but are there any A-levels that would be useful or good to do?

Thanks for your help!
Psychology and English would be good. A small minority of unis like applicants to have a second science (Psychology would count as a science for the purposes of this degree) but if you're not good at Biology say, then you're better off sticking with Languages or Art.
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Thank you so much! I've been really worried about choosing the wrong thing and regretting it, I'm thinking I might go to English, and I'm considering taking chemistry too. I think so anyway
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Psychology and English would be good. A small minority of unis like applicants to have a second science (Psychology would count as a science for the purposes of this degree) but if you're not good at Biology say, then you're better off sticking with Languages or Art.
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Thank you so much! I've been really worried about choosing the wrong thing and regretting it, I'm thinking I might go to English, and I'm considering taking chemistry too. I think so anyway
You're welcome

I think the best advice is to pick the 3 subjects you are best at/most interested in, including Psychology. The most important thing for getting into a good uni is to pick the subjects you are most likely to do well in, since most of them will care more about predicted grades than the actual subject combination.
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thank you! I think that's what I'm going to do
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I think the best advice is to pick the 3 subjects you are best at/most interested in, including Psychology. The most important thing for getting into a good uni is to pick the subjects you are most likely to do well in, since most of them will care more about predicted grades than the actual subject combination.
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