Do I need to do a science for a level if i want to do psychology in university

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Anónimo23
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Do I need to do Maths/Biology/Chemistry/Physics if i want to do psychology in university?My chosen options so far are Spanish, Economics and Psychology. Is psychology enough or do I need to do a science as well.
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Psychology is counted as a science for psychology degrees. There’s no need to take another science unless the universities that you want to apply for ask for a 2nd science (although this is rare and instead 2 sciences may lead to a requirement reductions, but again that’s unusual). I got offers for all my universities (all Russell groups) with geography, psychology and English lit.
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This is very reassuring as I was reluctant to take another science for a level but if it was required I was going to force myself into taking it. However would you say that taking another science would improve my chances in getting into universities?
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