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I have chosen psychology for a levels and i was wondering, do i need to remember everything from my gcse science? like all the topics in chemistry physics and biology?
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I have chosen psychology for a levels and i was wondering, do i need to remember everything from my gcse science? like all the topics in chemistry physics and biology?
Some of the biology stuff is useful to remember (neurons and the brain in general) as there's a whole topic on biopsychology (FYI biopsychology is supposed to be the hardest topic :eek:). You won't need chemistry or physics.
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Imo awful imo science and got 3 6s in science through some hard work but I take Psychology Alevel on the AQA board and there is only a small topic in year 1 about biopsychology that is easy to understand if it's broken down correctly. Even if your teacher isn't the best there is lots of online resources that make it easy.

I believe there is a longer topic in it in year 2 but again its Biopsychology and I think there is many resources out there to help.

Finally, when science is used it focuses on biology. I've yet to use physics or chemistry so dont let be a barrier. if your not confident in science, it will just be a few sections you may have to revise more but I believe that you will be completely fine.
Good luck and if you take it, I'm sure you'll love it
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