Why do people study psychology at university without doing it as an A level? Watch

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Just curious
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because the course is actually interesting if you havent studied it before lmao
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Well some people may become interested in it during college. Other people may want to do a degree and not have any A-Level qualifications and therefore see Psychology as a good way to get a degree. A minority of those people may only be doing the degree because they perceive it as "easy".
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because the course is actually interesting if you havent studied it before lmao
fair enough
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Just curious
particularly if you do your alevels at a school rather than a college, psychology might not have been an option
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